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Noah Budin
Noah Budin graduated from Kent State University with a B.A. in Theater and was one of the members of the Chicago based a capella music and comedy group “Four Guys Standing Around Singing.” He is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, recording artist, actor, storyteller, educator and program director with his hands in a diverse variety of projects.

Noah performs his original music around the country and has released two albums of original music, Hallelujah Land: Songs of Faith and Freedom (1998) and Metaphor (2006).

For over 500 performances in 2001 - 02, Noah played the roles of Sal Antonucci and Vinnie Black in Cleveland’s longest running hit show Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding at the Hanna Theater in Playhouse Square. Noah also played the roles of Lazar Wolf in Cain Park’s highly acclaimed production of Fiddler on the Roof, and Stanley Berent in The End of the World by Arthur Kopit at the Absolute Theater Company in Chicago, IL, in this play’s first production outside of New York.

For eight years Noah was an artist with Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland, performing assemblies, designing workshops and serving as artist in residence for schools across North Eastern Ohio. Currently, Noah is the Assistant Director of Activities at Stone Gardens Assisted Living Residence at Menorah Park.

Noah’s nonprofit organization ARC, Inc. (The Arts Recreating Communities) brings artists together from diverse neighborhoods, ethnicities and backgrounds.

Visit www.noahbudin.com.

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