Currently starring on Broadway in Kander & Ebb's Curtains, Jason Danieley made his Broadway debut as the title character in Candide, directed by theater legend Harold Prince. (Theatre World Award, Drama League Award, and Drama Desk nomination). He took it all off for The Full Monty in the original Broadway and West End casts. A frequent guest of New York's highly acclaimed City Center Encores! series, Jason has had leading roles in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Strike Up the Band. Many of the country's leading orchestras have invited Jason to be a guest artist, including the New York, Boston, and Philly Pops, LA Philharmonic (at the Hollywood Bowl), and St. Louis, Utah, Minnesota, and Buffalo Symphonies. He's starred in fully staged concert versions of Bernstein's Candide and Gershwin's Of Thee I Sing and Let 'Em Eat CakeA (conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas) with the San Francisco Symphony, as well as other major concert versions of Carousel as Enoch Snow with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and South Pacific as Lt. Cable, both at Carnegie Hall. The latter was taped and aired on PBS Great Performances in Spring of 2006.