ANTHONY CROUCHELLI

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The Heart of Rock and Roll

Anthony has just been cast in the workshop of the new Huey Lewis musical “The Heart of Rock and Roll” in conjunction with The Old Globe Theatre.

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The Heart of Rock and Roll

Anthony has just been cast in the workshop of the new Huey Lewis musical “The Heart of Rock and Roll” in conjunction with The Old Globe Theatre.

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Saturday Night Fever

Anthony will star as Tony in Arts Coastal Carolina's production of Saturday Night Fever, opening June 20th.

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Fun Home

Anthony will be seen in Music Theatre of Conneticut's production of the Tony Award Winning musical, Fun Home.

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Fun Home

Anthony will be seen in Music Theatre of Conneticut's production of the Tony Award Winning musical, Fun Home.

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Ghost: The Musical

You can see Anthony star in Rhino Theatre company's production of Ghost: The Musical, running October 6-16th.

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Media

Press

"PMT newcomer Anthony Crouchelli and veteran Larissa Overholt are finely matched as Tony Manero and Stephanie Mangano, the seemingly star-crossed couple who click first as dancers."

Sharon Eberson
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

"Anthony Crouchelli sings and dances beautifully in the title role, assisted by Lisa Elliott's demanding choreography.."

Greg Kerstan
Broadway World: Pittsburgh

"Leading the team is Mr. Anthony Crouchelli who played the charming Tony Manero with a soothing vocals, and a mellow yet wholesome personality. Juggling his solo numbers with ease at each act with great energy and emotion, Mr. Crouchelli’s character ended up with an inspirational arc that will warm your heart after all"

Drake Ma
Pittsburgh in the Round

"Mr. Crouchelli effortlessly powers through a lot of emotional scenes, with disapproving parents, dependent pals and the unwanted attention of adoring Annette (Jenny Malarkey). He seems to be most at home on the stage with his stellar dance moves that hit the disco highlights from the film, with a worthy ensemble."

Sharon Eberson
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

"Professional actor Anthony Crouchelli plays the fully-developed, mature Tarzan. Armed with the requisite physique, energy, and vocal abilities, Crouchelli slices and dices his way up, down, and across the Redhouse's limited space provided for a show of this size. I kept wondering if there were limits to his seemingly boundless energy as he swung, climbed, swooped and darted, turning a steel pipe and platform configuration at center stage into a believable tree house of sorts."

Tony Curulla
Syracuse.com

"He just seems to get it right onstage at all times."

Dr. Kathryn Oseuland
HFU

"Crouchelli proves to be a rising star and a person to keep an eye on with his power vocals and strong presence as Gabe in Blackhorse Theater's Next to Normal."

Mike Dieter
NY Theater Critic

"Portraying the adult Tarzan is hunky, fair-haired Anthony Crouchelli, an imported Equity player with many professional credits, including the lead in How to Succeed in Business (Without Really Trying). Clad in cutoff chino pants (hey, loincloths tend to slip), Crouchelli appears to be having a ball, a pillar of sunshine in a show with many dark moments. We get the first measure of his excellent pipes in “Son of Man,” together with Terk, Kala and the ensemble."

James MacKillop
Syracuse New Times

"Crouchelli's powerful voice soars and elavates through Meinken's score as Prince Eric in Disney's The Little Mermaid."

Joe Ricter
Light House Times

"Prince Eric, played by Equity actor Anthony Crouchelli, lights up the stage with his incredible presence and soothing vocals. Crouchelli truly engulfs the definition of a "Disney Prince" in The Palace Theater's production of Disney's The Little Mermaid."

Eric Whitmore
theatrefever.com

"Let's start with Anthony Crouchelli who played Melchior Gabor (originally Jonathan Groff on Broadway). Anthony is the true definition of a leading man, from his acting, vocal, and dance abilities along with his  incredible physique, he truly has it all."

Adam Rothenberg
NY Theater Critic

"A TRUE triple threat performer."

Twin Boro News

"Crouchelli shines as the charming and youthful Jimmy Smith in the Tretick Theater Company's production of Thoroughly Modern Millie."

Mark Fisher
American's News

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