|The Critics Rave:|
"The Way We Were" was brilliant...McVey's singing was every bit the match of the arrangement's brilliance."
D David Williams, Gazette-Mail
|J. Mark McVey|
"McVey..displayed a command of character unparalleled on the stage"
P Phil Gallo, Variety
"J. Mark McVey was altogether Superb!"
Alvin Klein-New York Times
"McVey owns a powerful tenor that leaves the audience
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~J. Mark McVey made his Broadway debut as Jean Valjean in 'Les Miserables' after having won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Actor while on tour with the show. He was also the first American to perform the role in London's West End. Reprising the role at the Hollywood Bowl Mr. McVey has performed this role more than 2912 times.
Mr. McVey made his Carnegie Hall Debut with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops and has been the tenor of choice with Mr. Marvin Hamlisch performing with the greatest symphonies around the country and the world. J. Mark made his PBS Debut with the Boston Pops and followed that performance with the PBS Christmas Special for the U.S. Military Troupes where he was featured with Marvin Hamlisch and The National Symphony Orchestra. Mark can also be seen in the PBS Special 'A Tale of Two Cities in Concert'.
Best known for his theatre work, other Broadway Credits include the Captain Walker role in The Who's "Tommy" and Tommy Tunes' "The Best Little Whore House Goes Public". Further New York successes include the Off-Broadway revival of "Chess"; "Hey Love" the critically acclaimed review of Mary Rogers' music, conceived and directed by Richard Maltby, Jr.; "A Helluva Town" the Bernstein review at Rainbow & Stars where Mark enjoyed RAVE reviews, and "The Show Goes On", with Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. National Tours and Regional works include: Carousel, Chess, My Fair Lady, South Pacific, Seven Brides and the Hal Prince/Livent Inc. production of "Show Boat".
- J. Mark McVey is best known for his role as Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables"
- J. Mark McVey is known as Marvin Hamlish's tenor of choice.
- J. Mark McVey's performance is a mix of Broadway classics interwoven with the beautiful "Standards" too
- This features J. Mark McVey with his pianist - you supply your own local players (bass, drums etc) to compliment the stage.
- This show is available in different sizes to fit your stage
- This show is easy to produce and user friendly - there are no divas here
- J. Mark McVey likes to feature a local musician in your community on stage during his show.
- J. Mark McVey loves to meet & greet with your patrons until the last one is standing.