Noah's love of storytelling began at a young age, with near-obsessive viewings of The Wizard of Oz. This is also where his love for all things old-school began; you're just as likely to find him having a Hitchcock marathon as a Harry Potter binge. It's no wonder he ended up in the theatre--after all, what could be more old school than the medium that's been "dying" since Ancient Greece?
However, he didn't begin stepping out the role of audience member and take his passion to the stage until age 16 as Harvey Johnson in Bye Bye Birdie, and subsequently fell in love. He graduated with his BA in Stage and Screen Acting from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2019.
He is thrilled to announce he will be continuing his education at UC San Diego's MFA in Acting program, class of 2022.
Pictured above: Actors Cory Covell, Christy Ward, and Noah (far right) in rehearsal for Majestic Repertory Theatre's The Potter Plays, circa 2017.
Noah has been singing since he could talk--and likes to think he's gotten pretty good at it. He is a high tenor (Bb2-D5, falsetto to A5) who specializes in legit and contemporary musical theatre, pop, rock, and Nicki Minaj's entire discography*.
*Indicates performances restricted to shower, car, and karaoke settings.
Pictured above: Noah as Master Holofernes in Nevada Conservatory Theatre's Love's Labour's Lost.
During his time at UNLV, Noah felt a void in the school's curriculum--a place for students to gain experience in all areas of theatrical production--and decided to do what he could to change that. Thus, UNLV Second Stage was born. An entirely student-run theatre company, he was artistic director of UNLV Second Stage until his graduation--and directed the company's inaugural production, The House of Yes by Wendy MacLeod.
Pictured above: Actors Myles Lee and Callie Maxson in rehearsal for said production.