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  • upcoming! Michael is playing GERRY GOFFIN in "Beautiful" at Olney Theatre Center. Tickets HERE
  • Last, Michael played BERNSTEIN in the World Premiere of "Hester Street" at Theater J, in DC. Where critics said:

    “Perrie's Bernstein balances his character's commitment to keep his orthodox faith with a fully liberal attitude toward American peculiarities. 2024 starves for such a mensch.”-Broadway World

    “Jake shares a flat with Bernstein, played by Michael Perrie Jr., who is totally believable in the role of a learned young man who clings to the old ways, and could have become a Rabbi had he not immigrated.”-The Georgetown Dish

  • Recently, Michael played MAX in Ken Ludwig's A COMEDY OF TENORS at florida studio theatre. 
  • May 2023, Michael was MENDEL in "Falsettos" by William Finn and James Lapine, to rave reviews, like;
    "Mendel (played by Michael Perrie Jr.) was an absolute joy to watch throughout the performance with his impressive comedic timing and clear vocals. Although I have never been to a psychiatrist personally, Perrie’s authentic portrayal lent itself to be easily believed. Perrie’s comedic prowess shines thoroughly during “A Marriage Proposal” with sharp diction and side-splitting facial expressions. Perrie’s humanistic portrayal shows that even society’s helpers also need help from time to time." -TheatreBloom, 2023
  • Winter 2023, Michael played SERGEI in "The Last Match" opening late February at Florida Studio Theatre. Press here: 
  • Wrapped! Michael recently wrapped a new film called "Girl Watching" written and directed by Charlotte Pinney.
  • August 2022, closed two plays at Maples Repertory Theatre, the hit comedy "The Nerd" (as Axel Hammond), and "Hank William's Lost Highway" (as Hank Williams), to rave reviews:
    "Remember this name – Michael Perrie, Jr...with a performance that may have surpassed his history with Buddy Holly." -Bill Clark, Columbia Tribune on LOST HIGHWAY

    "Michael darn near steals the show as Axel Hammond.  Perrie is perfect for the role and just glows as the cynical theatre critic.  His witty asides are so extemporaneous that I wondered if some of them were improvised." -Chris' Corner, on THE NERD
  • March 2022, closed the extended run of "BUDDY" at Florida Repertory Theatre in Ft. Myers FL. Where critics said,
    "Michael Perrie, Jr. is outstanding as Holly and not only does he look like him with the signature thick rimmed glasses, but his vocals are astounding and he never misses a beat or breaks for a fraction of a second as he has mastered the character"

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