A.J. Teshin


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A.J. Teshin received a BFA-Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA; also studied Vocal Performance at The Hartt School of Music/University of Hartford, CT.

Regional Theatre roles include Magaldi in Evita at the New Bedford Festival Theatre; The Priest in the Boston Company of Late Night Catechism; Ensemble roles in both Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella at Wheelock Family Theatre; and The Gondoliers at The Publick Theatre, Boston.

Other roles in The New England area productions include Kreton in Visit to a Small Planet; Nigel Rancor in Something's Afoot; Lead Player #4 in David Mamet's Goldberg Street; Azolan in Les Liaisons Dangereuses; and ensemble roles in Ibsen's Peer Gynt.

A.J. can also be seen as a Pink Cop in Marilyn Manson's music video of The Dope Show, and also appeared with Marilyn Manson at the 1998 MTV Music Video awards in Los Angeles.


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