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Matt Falber recently starred in Gallery Player’s “Brief Encounters of The Third Kind” a parody of Noel Coward’s film “Brief Encounter” as Alec, The Biography Channel’s “Celebrity Ghost Stories” playing Michael Rapaport and “A Taffeta Wedding” playing Frankie under the direction of Broadway’s legendary director and producer Arthur Whitelaw at the Broward Stage Door. Over the past two years he has performed in over fifteen productions in New York City alone, many of which were award winning new works presented on the festival circuit including Duncan Pflaster’s witty original sequel to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” performed in the Planet Connections Festival in which Matt played Demetrius and “The Divine Will of Ryan Morgan”, the most attended show in the BoCoCa Arts Festival where Matt reprised the role of Jeremy after playing the part in the Off-Broadway workshop.

Falber also performed to rave reviews in the controversial Los Angeles production of, “Invasion, the Musical”, (with comedian Gilbert Gottfried), and was featured on the front page of Weekly Variety, the Riant Theatre’s Off-Broadway production of “Rock-A My Soul”, the 2009 Strawberry Festival, Falber was raised in Casper, Wyoming and yes, you did see him on American Idol.

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