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Wielding a handsomely sincere voice and a fearlessness in expression, Trevor Martin is praised for his “classically trained baritone, perfect for the Golden Age of musical theater.” His training, charisma, and adaptability garner a unique cross-genre appeal and make him a fan favorite on stage in plays, musicals, operas, and concerts, as well as on the small screen. Last season’s engagements included the role of Captain Georg von Trapp in the Global Tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music and Joe in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard with Music Theatre of Connecticut. This season, he joins Wolfbane Productions as Simon Stride/Spider/Jekyll U/S in Jekyll & Hyde and The Wick Theatre as Billy Bigelow in Carousel.

Recently, Mr. Martin took part in ZACH Theatre’s production of The Sound of Music as Captain von Trapp, performed the role of Anthony in End of the Rainbow with Revival Theatre Company, performed the role of Bob Wallace in White Christmas at the Jennie T. Anderson Theater, donned roles in See What I Wanna See with Arc Stages, and performed Riff in Opera San Jose’s West Side Story. Favorite engagements include the title role in Sweeney Todd, Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls, Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore, and Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, at theaters such as: Sharon Playhouse, Wolfbane Productions, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, and Seagle Music Colony.



"...sings with great lyricism..." – Opera News

Voir Dire – “Baritone Trevor Martin, as the abject Professor Milton, sings with great lyricism and maintains an analytical, articulate tone in his self-annihilating exploration of how he fell into his disgraced state.”


"...a forceful portrayal..." – The Column

Carmen – “Trevor Martin sang a forceful portrayal of Morales the officer.”


"...rare classically trained heroic baritone..." – The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music

Lotte Lenya Competition 2019 – “Martin was described by the judges as ‘a rare classically trained heroic baritone, perfect for the Golden Age of musical theater” who presented “risky repertoire… and made solid acting choices.’ “


"...wows with feeling..." – Dallas News

Mame – “Operatically trained baritone Trevor Martin … wows with feeling as the grown up Patrick.”


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