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Acclaimed for his Broadway appearances, Norbert Leo Butz is returning to the stage with his popular show Girls, Girls, Girls. Catch him perform live at the 54 Below as he reaches the New York City by getting Norbert Leo Butz tickets. Girls, Girls, Girls is a bold and thought-provoking musical that features classics by the likes of the Flaming Lips, Elvis Costello, Frank Sinatra and many more. Do not miss out on this brand new show by Butz at the 54 Below where he last appeared in 2013 in the musical Big Fish.
Butz is an actor hailing from St. Louis. He started doing theatre roles and played male lead at Cor Jesu Academy and other local all-girl high schools. He joined The Conservatory of Theatre Arts after graduating from high school and got degree in fine arts. In 1996, he made his first Broadway appearance in Rent as Roger Davis, which was previously being played by Adam Pascal. Among other Broadway musicals in which Butz appeared are “Thou Shall Not,” “Wicked,” and “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”
His role in “Thou Shall Not” was much appreciated and earned him his first Tony nomination as well as Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. In 2005, he was nominated for a Tony Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a Drama Desk Award, and a Drama League Award for his role in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and won all four of them. He also starred in “Is He Dead?” by Mark Twain. Among the off-Broadway musical he has appeared in include “Songs for a New World,” “Juno and the Paycock,” “Saved,” “Cabaret” and “The Last Five Years.”
Butz also acted in various films of which the noted ones are “Noon Blue Apples,” “Dan in Real Life,” and “West of Here.” In 2008, he starred with Elizabeth Marvel in Off-Broadway production of Fifty Words and played the role of Captain Richard King in Comanche Moon. The same year, he appeared in “Speed-the-Plow” in place of Jeremy Piven. In the film “The Deep End” he appeared as Rowdy Kaiser.
Butz made his return to theatre in 2010 in Broadway play “ENRON.” His next major appearance as an actor was in “Catch Me If You Can” which opened for pre-Broadway run at the 5th Avenue Theatre in 2009. The Broadway production of the musical opened in 2011. The musical earned Butz his second Tony Award and Drama Desk. In 2012, he starred in NBC's Smash as Norbert Leo Butz. Among his latest musicals are “Dead Accounts” and “Big Fish” which opened on Broadway in October 2013 at the Neil Simon Theatre. Butz tours across the US extensively and will be coming to your nearby theatre for a live performance for which Norbert Leo Butz tickets are on sale. Gets yours soon.