After 11 days of rehearsal, The Muny’s 1776 is open! The production features the complete orchestration played by a 27 piece pit as originally written. Fingers crossed for clear skies until July 3rd for the remaining six performances!



Upon closing ‘1776’ in July, Benjamin will begin rehearsals for the China leg of Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol Live! The Great Pirate Adventure tour! The tour begins in October, opens in Beijing, and will take Ben to a new city for each of its 14 week duration.



Benjamin is proud to announce that he will be joining in on the ‘Muny magic’ this summer as the Leather Apron in 1776. Directed by Rob Ruggiero, the production runs from June 27th - July 3rd. Tickets may be purchased here.



Tonight, Benjamin opens Michael Friedman’s Love’s Labour’s Lost among a supremely talented group of fellow actors, designers, and collaborators at Webster Conservatory. The production, directed by Melissa Rain Anderson, runs through April 21st,



Join members of Webster Conservatory’s graduating class, as well as alumni, for an evening of song at Feinstein’s 54 Below on March 13th at 11:30. Tickets may be purchased here.



In the final production of his undergraduate career, Benjamin will be playing The King in Michael Friedman’s adaptation of Love’s Labour’s Lost. He couldn’t think of a better way to end college than working on a Shakespearean rock musical with his best friends.

WebCo Musical Theatre Class of 2019

WebCo Musical Theatre Class of 2019


Benjamin will be performing with his graduating class in their New York Showcase on March 11th. He will also be travelling to L.A. with his peers May 13-17 for a week of audition workshops and masterclasses.



Rehearsals are well underway for Webster Conservatory’s production of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. Benjamin is in the ensemble of this production on the Browning Mainstage, November 14-18.


Benjamin recently had the opportunity to sing for Stephen Sondheim as he came to town to accept the 2018 St. Louis Literary Award, presented by the SLU Library Association. The ceremony was held on Oct. 4th at the Sheldon Concert Hall, and Benjamin, along with fellow WebCo 2019 member Caitlin Witty, sang “Move On” from Sunday in the Park with George.