Frederic Heringes made his Broadway debut in 1993 as a principal actor in
The Phantom of the Opera.
He studied acting and stage directing at
The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) in California.
His performance experience pretty much covers all the performing disciplines,
except classical ballet (you don’t want to see that…):
grand opera, operetta, musical theatre, theatre, film, and television.
He continues to act professionally at regional theater companies across the US; most notably for 8 seasons at The Mountain Playhouse (PA), and in 2021 at the Sierra Repertory Theatre in California, appearing as Hercule Poirot in Murder on the Orient Express.
He has recently come to the conclusion that he is
most certainly turning into the reincarnation of Gabby Hayes.
Pictured with long-time companion Benjamin Beaver
2 CONTEMPORARY THEATRICAL MONOLOGUES:
Tito Morelli from A Comedy of Tenors by Ken Ludwig
Brocker from The Wake of Jamey Foster by Beth Henley
with Lucy Thrasher in East or Home, West is Best
As Alonso with Melissa Miller and Mathew Conlon in The Tempest, Sonnet Theatre, NYC.
Directed by Neal J. Freeman.
with Patrick Toon and Laura Heidinger in Moliere's The Learnéd Ladies, Gallery Players, Brooklyn, NY
Directed by Neal J. Freeman
with Charles Pasternak, Melinda Parrett, Gabrielle Smith,
& Courtney Glass.
Photo by Kyle Bondeson, Chicago
As Beppo in A Comedy of Tenors
As Tito with Ashley Puckett Gonzales as Maria in
A Comedy of Tenors
Reverend Parris in The Crucible
Nikos in One Golden Moment
Malvolio in Twelfth Night
As Sam Phillips with Sarah Sawyer as Dyanne and Kyle Jurassic as Elvis Presley in
Million Dollar Quartet
Trailer for Murder on the Orient Express at
Sierra Repertory Theater, October-November 2021
Trailer for A Comedy of Tenors at The Mountain Playhouse, July 2017
COMEDY CLASSICAL MONOLOGUE:
A short film of the "Letter Scene": Malvolio from Twelfth Night