Stephen Mark Lukas is a New York City based singer and actor who has performed on Broadway, in national tours, with symphony orchestras, and at the country’s premiere regional theatres. He has been celebrated for his “rich, warm voice…easy presence… and a real gift for expressively exploring every nuance of overfamiliar songs” (The Boston Globe). Mr. Lukas has appeared on Broadway as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon and is currently understudying the role of Nick Arnstein in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl.
Stephen has established himself as a leading man at some of the nation’s preeminent regional theatres. Mr. Lukas recently starred as Gaston in a revival of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at Paper Mill Playhouse, garnering critical praise for his Baritone voice as well as his comedic timing and his fresh, original portrayal of an iconic character. Stephen has appeared as Curly in several productions of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! (Ogunquit Playhouse, Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Reagle Music Theatre- IRNE Award Nomination), Lancelot in Camelot (Westport Playhouse, opposite Robert Sean Leonard), Lt. Cable in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Summer Lyric Theatre featuring the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra), Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls (Maine State Music Theatre and Axelrod Performing Arts), Captain Phoebus in Stephen Schwartz’s Hunchback of Notre Dame (Music Theatre of Wichita) and Joe Hardy in Goodspeed Opera House’s critically acclaimed revival of Damn Yankees (CT Critics Circle Nomination).
Television appearances include FBI: Most Wanted (CBS), Gossip Girl (CW) and Empire Falls (HBO). Mr. Lukas has appeared as a concert soloist with Symphony Orchestras nationwide.
STEPHEN MARK LUKAS
"...grand-slam voice..." – Broadway World
Damn Yankees – "As Joe Hardy… a strappingly handsome Stephen Mark Lukas with a grand-slam voice"
"...luminous..." – Broadway World
Oklahoma – "With a smile as expansive as the territory and a voice as luminous as the bright morning about which he sings, Lukas establishes immediate affection and rapport for the character of Curly."