Singing actor CURT BRANOM is acclaimed for his comic and dramatic work in plays, musicals and cabarets in San Francisco and New York. He is currently a principal cast member in San Francisco’s long running hit show, Beach Blanket Babylon, where his characters include Kurt (from Glee!), Susan Boyle, Senator John McCain, Buster Posey, and his personal favorite: the dazzling and flamboyant King Louis XVI. In addition to performing at the show’s traditional North Beach venue, Branom has been a soloist as King Louis with the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall and in a featured segment on ABC’s Good Morning America, among numerous televised appearances. Concert work has included gala performances with mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, as well as sopranos Kristin Clayton and Nicolle Foland. In recent years, Branom has been invited to teach acting to opera singers in master classes at the San Francisco Conservatory, Bucknell University and now at SongFest. He also takes great pride in coaching students at his son’s high school for their annual musical productions. Curt Branom’s New York theater credits include Hurlyburly, A Lie Of The Mind, Our Life And Times (MAC and Bistro Award), and How Now Voyager.Other regional credits include Sweet Charity (Bay Theatre Critics Circle Nomination for Best Actor), Little Shop of Horrors, Li’l Abner, Sugar, Oklahoma, Some Enchanted Evening, And What Give Up Showbiz? and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown. He studied acting in New York with the legendary Fred Kareman and now works with actress Linda Lowry in San Francisco. His commercial and voiceover credits include Microsoft, Intel, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, 3DO, MTV, Evite.com, and “Fly Away Home.” Curt Branom lives in San Francisco.