Bradley Lassiter


About Brad


"Bradley Lassiter whose fantastic singing is matched by his intense acting never lets up." Delivering “fantastic vocal performances” and often hailed as audiences’ “favorite part of the evening”, Bradley Lassiter is quickly establishing himself as the go-to baritone in the New York City area. He performs regularly as the dashing “Lance-a-lot” with The Hot Box Girls & Opera Moderne in L’Opera Burlesque and The Hot Burlesque Revue as well as “Frank Sinatra” in The Rat Pack Undead. Previous credits include: Dexter in Dex! A Killer Musical, Willy in This is the Rill Speaking, Marcello in La Boheme , John Brooke in the European Premiere of Little Women, The Mikado & Pooh-Bah in The Mikado, Don Alfonso in Cosi fan tutte, Gianni Schicchi in Gianni Schicchi, Melchior in Amahl & The Night Visitors, and Kenickie in Grease, and as a cast member in numerous cabaret troupes.


Bradley is equally at home in opera, musical theater, choral settings, and straight acting and has extensive experience in each genre. He has performed with many notable organizations including: Opera Moderne, National Lyric Opera, Kyrenia Opera, Dicapo Opera Theater, Chelsea Opera, Dances Patrelle, Opera Manhattan, Opera East Texas, Manhattan School of Music, & Stephen F. Austin State University.


He has also performed in many outreach programs such as: the King/Father in The Opera Prince & the Singing Pauper with Manhattan School of Music's Discover Opera, Dandini in La Cenerentola, Father in Beauty & the Beast, and Marcello in La Boheme with Dicapo Opera for Kids, The Mikado in The Mikado with Opera in the Ozarks Outreach.


News & Updates



And then there is Dexter himself, played by the outstanding Bradley Lassiter in the best performance of the night. Over the show’s two hours, Lassiter, whose fantastic singing is matched by his intense acting, almost never leaves the stage and never lets up; without him, DEX! A Killer Musical would be a significantly lesser piece.
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Haglund’s favorite part of the evening [...] Bradley Lassiter who delivered fantastic vocal performances
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