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RECENTLY:  I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Segal Centre), The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (Segal Centre), Marry Me A Little (Tarragon Theatre), Next To Normal (Tarragon Theatre), The Light in the Piazza (Patrick Street Productions), The Musical of Musicals  (Mirvish Productions)

ELSEWHERE:  Three years playing Frankie Valli in the Toronto and Las Vegas companies of Jersey Boys (Dodger Theatricals, Dancap), Anne & Gilbert (Ontario Tour), Glorious!, Music Man, Anne (Thousand Islands Playhouse), Bat-Boy: The Musical (Vertigo Theatre), Fire, Barefoot in the Park, Much Ado About Nothing, Suds, Aladdin, The Jungle Book, The Sword In The Stone, Assassins, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Lend Me A Tenor, 2 seasons at the Shaw Festival.   

OTHER:  Creator and Producer of three concert shows:   The Sweetest Sounds: A Century of Song from Rodgers to Guettel,  Any Dream Will Do: the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Over The Rainbow:  The Harold Arlen Story.   

For bookings for Theatre, Film/TV, and Voiceover

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Adrian Marchuk’s Fabrizio is so handsome, so honestly passionate and goofily charming, who wouldn’t fall in love with him? Singing in his buoyant tenor to a frightened Clara, he delivers “Love to Me” with such tenderness that, on opening night, he had me bawling. 

                                     

                                       - The Georgia Straight Review of "The Light In The Piazza"

Marchukʼs performance is a bit more Jersey street kid, a bit tougher around the edges. But, in the end, he breaks  your heart. 

                                       - Toronto Star feature on "Jersey Boys"

Marchuk and Gillet are both  fine singers, and even better acting singers. 

                                       - Globe and Mail review of "Marry Me A Little"

When Marchuk soars into the chorus of one of Sondheim’s best obscure songs, “All Things Bright and Beautiful,” you know why you came to the theatre.

                                        - Toronto Star review of "Marry Me A Little"

Adrian Marchuk is a dashing Gilbert, dark and handsome.

                                                          - Toronto Star review of "Anne & Gilbert"