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NEWS AND UPDATES
(WHAT I'M UP TO)
FOR THE RECORD LIVE! PRESENTS: THE BRAT PACK
NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 7
“Ingenious! I was in heaven!” -Forbes
“Exhilarating! A nonstop 90-minute set of soundtrack hits!” -The Hollywood Reporter
“If you love the 80s, you'll freak out!” -BuzzFeed
BRATPACK the immersive 80s theatrical live-concert event!
For The Record, the nationally acclaimed genre-bending series that brings classic movie soundtracks to thrilling life on stage, and Feinstein’s at the Nikko, invites you to step back to an exact time and place when pop culture in America changed forever.
(WHO I AM)
Hello there and welcome to my corner of the internet! Ok let's see, how to start this... I grew up in Buena Park, California, have been singing all my life, and have never considered it seriously until a couple years out of college during my time as an iOS Engineer at Mozilla/Firefox. An alumnus of U.C. Berkeley (and an ex-musical theater hater, mind you), I stumbled upon an MT audition class at the American Conservatory Theater in SF online and signed up just because I wanted to sing more. Then, that darned bug bit me quite hard, so I wanted to act more. And several gigs and classes and union membership cards later, I have fully been infected from the bite and am screaming from the rooftops about how much joy this lifestyle has given me. Something about software engineering left me unfulfilled, but I was being stubborn and didn't want to admit, until way later (post-infection), that my heart belonged to performing. I've had the great pleasure of working with San Francisco Playhouse, The Ground Floor / Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Center REPertory Company, 42nd Street Moon, and Marin Shakespeare Company among many others as well as some commercials/industrials in the Bay. I'm always looking to sharpen my skills, fiercely collaborate, and, most importantly, create with like-minded artists who care about telling stories that matter. I also still very much remember how to code so if you need coding interview help, hit me up.
(WHAT I LOOK LIKE)
(WHAT PEOPLE SAY)
FLOWER DRUM SONG (2002/HWANG VERSION)
PALO ALTO PLAYERS
DIRECTED BY LILY TUNG CRYSTAL
"But the real surprise is when...Wang decides in the third show to push aside a poorly acting, gay performer named Harvard (a hilariously bumbling but fabulous in airs Bryan Munar) to take his place in "Gliding Through My Memoree."
- Eddie Reynolds, Talkin' Broadway
"Every principal character seems perfectly suited for his or her role...Bryan Munar is the fussy costumer, Harvard."
- Judy Richter, For All Events
"Wang even sneaks himself into another by snagging the costume of Harvard (wonderfully funny Bryan Munar)."
- David John Chávez, Bay Area Plays
Featuring Marah Sotelo
Photo by Joyce Goldsmith
PAUL SAN MARCO
A CHORUS LINE
NOVATO THEATER COMPANY
DIRECTED BY MARILYN IZDEBSKI
"Munar’s delivery of a monologue about Paul’s difficult youth and the life that led him to the stage is incredibly affecting."
- Harry Duke, Pacific Sun
"Bryan Munar (nice singing and good solid acting as Paul)"
- Flora Lynn Isaacson, For All Events
*Nominated for a San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical
Photo by Fred Deneau
42ND STREET MOON
DIRECTED BY CINDY GOLDFIELD
"Then there's the joyous and heartfelt music coming from the cast of 13, all of whom play instruments (guitar, fiddle, cello, mandolin, drums, tambourine) and sing and stomp their way through more than a dozen numbers. Their harmonies are lovely, making them the best chorus 42nd Street Moon has ever assembled."
- Patrick Thomas, Talkin' Broadway
Featuring (L to R) Rob Ready, Colin Thomson, Matt Davis, Christina Owens, Devin Kelly, Emma Berman, Myra Chachkin, Ben Euphrat, Ariela Morgenstern
Photo by Eryn Allen
SAN FRANCISCO PLAYHOUSE
DIRECTED BY BECCA WOLFF
"Bryan Munar is bashfully introverted as Luke, the only boy on the team."
- Sam Hurwitt, The Mercury News
"In producing this play, the team at San Francisco Playhouse has shown exceptional professional bravery. Most theater companies pay lip service to challenging, original, and disturbing work but few rising companies with an established subscription base and fashionable acceptability would go this far out on a limb."
- Charles Kruger, Theatrestorm
Featuring Michelle Talgarow
Photo by Jessica Palopoli
(HOW I SOCIAL MEDIA)