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Lara Teeter (uncredited)

Lara Teeter

Lara Teeter has performed, directed and choreographed for major regional theatre and opera houses nation-wide and was nominated for a Tony Award and won the Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in the 1982 Broadway revival of the Rodgers and Hart classic On Your Toes performing the role of Junior Dolan, originally portrayed by Ray Bolger in 1936. Other Broadway credits include The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, Pirates of Penzance, Happy New Year, and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers. Lara has performed at the Lincoln Center for the  Performing Arts with the New York City Opera as Silas Slick in Naughty Marietta, and as Herman in The Most Happy Fella. In the summer of 2000, Lara made his Carnegie Hall debut performing the role of Henry Higgins in a tribute to the work of Lerner and Loewe, and in the fall of 2001, he made his Lyric Opera of Chicago debut performing the role of Steve Sankey in Street Scene and, most recently, made his Houston Grand Opera debut playing the role of Captain Andy in HGO’s production of Show Boat. Directing credits include My Fair Lady for Opera Pacific, The Pirates of Penzance for Michigan Opera Theatre, and Dayton Opera, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Living In Paris for the Hollywood Cinigrill, and The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas for the Fullerton Civic Light Opera.