Kevin Power

Kevin Power has received critical acclaim as a singer/actor from the Times of London to the Globe and Mail and Opera Canada. Stage credits include M. André, The Phantom of the Opera (Canadian Cast); Tiny Tom, Urinetown: the Musical (Original Canadian Cast), Thenardier, Les Miserables; Rooster, Annie; Cogsworth, Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, and many more. In concert, Kevin has appeared with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, in his self-produced show BroadwayCabaret /BroadwayJazz which toured Canada three times., and most recently in his new touring show “A Bohemian Cabaret”. He has originated several roles including “Wind” in the newly restored Canadian Operetta Leo, The Royal Cadet; Pete in the premier of Boiler Room Suite (Canada/U.K.); Billy/Bearkeeper in The Banff Centre- Welsh National Opera co-production of Tornrak. Recent movie/television principal roles include “Tom” in Why I Wore Lipstick to my Mastectomy (Lifetime Network), working opposite Patti Labelle; Gregor in Horsemen (2009), working opposite Dennis Quaid, and the Geneco Spokesman in the Lionsgate Feature Film “Repo, the Genetic Opera” (2009). Kevin appeared as Willam de Vos in first season of the CBC’s The Border, “Red” (2010) for the SyFy Network, and “Clarence Trump” in the 2011 Lifetime/HBO Canada movie Committed. Power is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Music and holds a degree in Music Theory/Composition/Performance. He is a past recipient of the Murray Adaskin Composition Scholarship and three Saskatchewan Arts Board Grants. Power is a published composer and has collaborated with Saskatchewan playwright/director Ian C. Nelson in writing the stage play “Double Blind” which was chosen for the Saskatchewan Playwright’s Festival. He is in demand as an adjudicator of voice across Canada and has created master classes, workshops and intensives for hundreds of hopeful young Canadian singers/actors.