Brad Bradley has appeared in 7 Broadway shows including original casts of Tony & Grammy-winning showsSpamalot and Annie Get Your Gun, as well as Steel Pier, Thou Shalt Not, People in the Picture, A Christmas Carol, & the closing company of Billy Elliot. Off Broadway, national tours, and starring in regional shows such as Bert in Mary Poppins and Phil in White Christmas have kept him busy these past years when not on Broadway. He has been a back-up dancer for artists that very from Michael Jackson to Chita Rivera. Last year Brad directed the critically acclaimed production of Spamalot at North County’s Moonlight Amphitheatre. B Squared has played New City, Maine, Rhode Island, and now San Diego.
“Despite his comic nature, talent for tap dancing and quick one-liners, Brad does reveal a more sensitive side as he shares, via a song, the heartbreak of his first man-crush and the sacrifices of living the life of a traveling entertainer. Witty, self-deprecating and also charming, Brad’s journey is a very relatable tale for many gays, both performers and those seeking to be entertained.” – Jason Pendergast-Gay Ogunquit
“There’s no doubt that Brad Bradley is an accomplished actor/singer/dancer with an enjoyment of entertaining. He went full blast into his personal life in a series of songs that varied between wide-eyed romantic to blissfully sexual. The show was simply a gay romp, skillfully assembled and artfully performed by a young at heart guy who clearly loves what he does.” – Joel Benjamin Theatre Pizzazz
“As a producer of Cabaret shows, I was charmed by Brad Bradley in B2- the simplicity of the theme, the adorable banter with his pianist and the innocence of his performance brought back thoughts of old song-and-dance men like Gene Kelly or Donald O’Connor.” – Daniel Nardico-Theatre-Cabaret-Nightlife Producer/Promoter
“Brad Bradley is a performer of great warmth and charm, letting us into his heart and mind while showing us something about ourselves in the process.” – Susie Mosher-BroadwayWorld Winner-Below 54 Backstage