Actor Singer Director Choreographer
Hailing from West Virginia, Patrick studied acting at West Virginia University before graduating Magna Cum Laude from East Carolina University with degrees in Theatre and Dance. His professional
acting career began in 1988, starring as Tony in WEST SIDE STORY for the Opera House Theatre Company in Wilmington, NC. After reprising the role in a 1989-90 National Tour, he moved to New York City
appearing in the Original Broadway revival cast of GREASE! starring Rosie O’Donnell and Billy Porter. That same year Patrick appeared alongside Bette Midler in CBS’s Emmy Award-Winning film version
of GYPSY, the first-ever Broadway musical to be adapted as a motion picture for television. Other Broadway and national tour credits include CRAZY FOR YOU, THE WIZARD OF OZ, THE PRODUCERS (1st
National Tour, Las Vegas Company, and film), GYPSY, WHITE CHRISTMAS, and 9 TO 5, THE MUSICAL. Other NY credits include: THE LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR at Classic Stage with the incomparable Marian
Seldes, and ME AND MY GIRL opposite George Irving.
Patrick was a member of the creative team for the Tony Award-winning revival of PIPPIN on Broadway, having been chosen by Tony-nominated director Chet Walker as the show’s SDC Observer. (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society)
Creatively, Patrick has been privileged to work with extraordinary directors, choreographers, and designers including Tommy Tune, Susan Stroman, Jeff Calhoun, Jerry Mitchell, Bob Mackie, Diane Paulus, Mike Ockrent, Walter Bobbie, Baayork Lee, Randy Skinner, and Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Onstage, Patrick has enjoyed the pleasure of working alongside Amy Adams, Rosie O’Donnell, Meryl Streep, Brooke Shields, Dolly Parton, Jason Alexander, Martin Short, Andrea Martin, Alan Ruck, Megan Mullally, Billy Porter, Mimi Hines, David Hasselhoff, Rachel Bay Jones, Andrea McArdle, Lewis Stadlen, Mary Testa, Kate Baldwin, Dee Hoty, Patina Miller, Lee Roy Reams, Pamela Myers, Ann B. Davis, Maureen McCormick, Micky Dolenz, Tony Danza, Diana Degarmo, and Louise Mandrell.
Patrick is an accomplished professional magician, having performed his unique legerdemain worldwide.
New reading coming Summer 2022!
Dennis lives in the sexual fast-lane of webcams and hook-up apps, but his recent diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer and its subsequent treatments are putting a kibosh on his libido. Unlike many of his peers, Dennis survived the decimation of the AIDS epidemic physically, though not emotionally, intact. Now fifty-something, Dennis confronts a health-scare that hurls him into an identity crisis, waging a personal war between his favorite pastime and life itself. When the sudden prospect of intimacy with a younger man disrupts Dennis’s sexual status quo, his non-committal nature competes with an uncertain future. Humorous and heart-wrenching, Dennis looks at aging, grief, and changing identity, and asks not who we are, but who we become, when facing mortality and moving on from a past we’re compelled to honor.
Run Time: 90 Minutes with no intermission.
Medley of Johanna (Sweeney Todd), Maria (West Side Story), Sarah (The Civil War)
ATLANTA THEATER FANS REVIEW:
"...but it is Patrick Boyd as Carmen Ghia, DeBris’s “common law assistant,” who steals the show and draws the most laughs from the audience."
ARTS ATLANTA REVIEW
"...and Patrick Boyd as Carmen, Roger’s common-law partner. The actor has a terrific deadpan delivery (“Can I take your coat, hat and swastikas?” he asks when Max and Leo come for a visit) and a fluttering hand that deserves its own sitcom."
ATLANTA InTOWN: Review
"Patrick Boyd (Carmen Ghia) and the entire huge cast are first rate."
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Patrick wins BEST ACTOR IN A MUSICAL - 2011 Broadwayworld.com FLORIDA AWARDS for his portrayal of Leo Bloom in "THE PRODUCERS" at the Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, Florida.
2011 GYPSY OF THE YEAR COMPETITION
December 5th and 6th, 2011, I had the honor of dancing in the opening number of the 2011 GYPSY OF THE YEAR COMPETITION BENEFIT for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The original 1972 Broadway cast of "GREASE!" was reunited to celebrate their 40th Anniversary. For me it marked 18 years that I began rehearsals for what was my first Broadway show. It was a magical experience!