Brad Baron
Glen Rock, NJ

Brad Baron is a bass-baritone, actor, and playwright. A versatile, instinctual young performer, he has embraced a wealth of musical theatre, operetta, opera, oratorio, and dramatic roles. As a writer, he has been praised for his sharp humor and unbridled, audacious behavior.

He is the author of five full-length plays and many more one acts and short plays. In 2013, his full-length play Where We Always Go received its first staged reading as a part of the New Playwrights Series with The Villagers Theater in Somerset, NJ. The staged reading was directed by Arlene Schulman. His play Homochondria had its regional premiere as part of the Ringwald Theatre’s Gay Play Series (GPS) in June of 2012. Other plays written, read, and produced include 4-Letter Words, Blind Date in Vegas, Iffy, and CLUNKY or The New York City Home Front.

A native of New Jersey, he graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in English and Certificates in Theatre and Vocal Performance. His senior thesis projects included portrayi