Richmond, VA native Drew Seigla is a standout among theatre and opera audiences, recently recognized for his “stunning tenor voice” by BroadwayWorld.com. He made his Off-Broadway debut as Matt; The Mute (The Fantasticks) where he continued for a solid two-year stint. Last summer, he added another Off-Broadway credit as the standby for Anthony/Tobias/Beadle in the NYC critically acclaimed Sweeney Todd at the Barrow Street Theatre.
Before moving to NYC in 2014 to pursue a career in music theatre, he made his professional opera debut with Lyric Opera Virginia, where he sang Gastone & covered Alfredo (La Traviata). He finished their inaugural season singing Le Remendado (Carmen), and returned the following year to cover Roméo (Roméo et Juliette). Seigla continued singing comprimario roles with Opera North, and with the Aspen Opera Theatre.
Seigla has gone on to sing numerous tenor solos in classical oratorio masterpieces. Most recently he sang Handel's Messiah with The Arkansas Choral Society in Little Rock, AK. He also had the great honor to sing Bob Chilcott's Requiem, conducted by Maestro Chilcott himself. Other concert highlights include Beethoven's C Mass Major, W.A. Mozart's Reqiuem, as well as Mozart's Missa in c with The Greenwich Choral Society.
He made his directorial debut with Opera Saratoga in Saratoga Springs, NY directing their young artists’ production of (Operation Superpower: Discovering your Superpower!) - a superhero opera for elementary students.
Seigla plays the role of Pertshik in the currently running Off-Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish (Fidler Afn Dakh) at Stage 42, directed by theatre legend, Joel Grey. He currently resides in Hell’s Kitchen.