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Dan Pacheco

Wicked

Dan is currently playing Boq on the National tour of Wicked.  Favorite regional credits include: Mike in Ovation, Zanna Don't!, Abraham in Altar Boyz at Musical Theatre West, Aladdin in Disney's Aladdin- A Musical Spectacular,  Max in Chile Pod (La Jolla Playhouse),  Jim in I Love a Piano (MTW), Dopey in Disney's Snow White (original cast), Jose Mexicano in 4 Guys Named Jose (International City Theatre), High Society (Mike Connors), Into the Woods (Baker), and Parade (Hugh Dorsey).

Dan is a proud graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and a proud member of AEA and SAG.  He was a starring singer in the 117th annual Tournament of Roses Parade and has done commercial campaigns for McDonald's, Time Warner, and several pizza joints. He has sung for thousands across Europe, Russia, and the Middle East. 

Dan is a proud Broadway Connection Master Teacher who has graduated from the Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Program where he worked to bring the arts to at-risk schools and to students of varying age groups and developmental stages.

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Introducing New Broadway Connection Master Teachers! Check out the BC FACULTY page to find out more about new Broadway Connection Master Teachers now touring the country with MEMPHIS, LES MISERABLES, WEST SIDE STORY, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and more!
From YOUNG FRANK to MARY POPPINS Billy Griffin who taught Broadway Connection Master Classes while one tour with YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is back on the road with MARY POPPINS and super excited to teach more tap, jazz, musical theatre and audition tech master classes. Congrats Billy!
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