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music by alan menken
lyrics by howard ashman, tim rice & chad beguelin
book by chad beguelin
Directed & Choreographed by Casey Nicholaw
ed mirvish theatre, toronto
transferred to the new amsterdam theatre, broadway

Trent Saunders as Ensemble, u/s Aladdin, u/s Babkak, u/s Razoul, Fight Captain



— USA Today



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produced by bucks county playhouse
Directed by Hunter Foster
Choreographed by Lorin Latarro

Trent Saunders as Riff-Raff


“Trent Saunders amazed me as Riff Raff. His voice goes so
high and it just glides there, and he has no joints. His movements
are fluid and rhythmic. His Riff Raff looked like Beetlejuice.
Listening and looking at this man is a guaranteed smile.”

— New Hope Free Press


Trent Saunders slays the roof off the playhouse with his "Riff-Raff" vocals.”

— Broadway World



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music by andrew lloyd weber
book & lyrics by tim rice
Directed by Will Pomerantz
Choreographed by Marcos Santana
bay street theater

trent saunders as che


“The searing Trent Saunders gives an intense,
out-of-control interpretation of the revolutionary Che.”

— Newsday


“Winning the evening was a standout performance
by Trent Saunders as Che Guevara. Clearly throwing his all
into one of the most physically demanding roles I’ve seen in
recent memory, this actor is most definitely one to watch.”

— Sag Harbor Express

“Another highlight of the stellar cast is Trent Saunders 
excellently portraying Che, the show's narrator. The enthusiastic
audience erupts in roaring applause particularly for his
boffo renditions of "Oh What a Circus" and "High Flying, Adored.”

— Broadway World




music by green day
lyric by billie joe armstrong
book by billie joe armstrong & michael mayer
first international tour
produced by work light productions
Directed by Michael Mayer

Trent Saunders as St. Jimmy


“One of the best was Trent Saunders, who plays Johnny’s
drug-addled alter-ego, St Jimmy. Occasionally, Armstrong has played
the role himself but Saunders’ tremendous turn on “Know Your
Enemy” meant the Green Day man wasn’t missed.”

— New Hope Free Press


“Trent Saunders as St. Jimmy – a character every bit as vivid and unsettling as The Acid Queen in Tommy.”

— Wales Online

“St. Jimmy (a cockily charismatic Trent Saunders)”

— The Independent