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Clint Hromsco

ACTOR - SINGER - DANCER

DIRECTOR - CHOREOGRAPHER

ABOUT

Born and raised outside of Reading, PA, Clint took an early interest in the performing arts.  After graduating from Ithaca College with a BFA in Acting and a minor in Dance, Clint moved to NYC where he continues to work as a professional stage and screen actor, director and choreographer. Outside of performing, Clint loves to travel and is an avid visual artist having his work recognized at the state and national level.  He is also part of the 0.6% of the population living with a poultry allergy and therefore has never muttered the words, tastes like chicken!

Clint portrays diner waiter Javier opposite Emmy Award Nominee Annabella Sciorra in this dark comedy. 

Now streaming on Amazon Prime

Before I Go

CURRENT PROJECTS...

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Actor

This Fall, Clint will be performing in the principal track of Princeton/Rod in this multiple Tony Award winning musical comedy.  The show is being produced by the Axelrod Performing Arts Center and is under the direction of Todd Underwood with puppet direction by original creator and cast member Rick Lyon.

November 4th - 20th

For tickets:

https://www.axelrodartscenter.com

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Director 

 

Clint is thrilled to be directing this iconic holiday musical at The Little Theatre on the Square in Sullivan, IL.  You won't want to miss this romantic stage adaptation of the classic 1954 film.

December 9th - 18th

For tickets:

www.thelittletheatre.org

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Puppet Director

 

Written by 2 time Tony Nominee and legendary costume designer, Carrie Robbins, For the Lost Children of Paris recounts the deportation of Jewish children in Paris during WWII.  Clint is honored to be working on such a moving piece and bringing these children's stories to life through puppetry. 

This piece is still in development.

BroadwayWorld Chicago Regional Award 

for

Best Direction of a Musical

Little Theatre on the Square

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