The team at Music Institute at Carrollton Square is excited to announce the arrival of Jeremy Hays to our studio space starting this month! Jeremy comes to us with an extensive background in acting, singing, producing, and writing on Broadway and in television. And we are honored to have him join us on The Square -- in our very own backyard! Please take a moment to read his full bio at the end of this announcement.
Jeremy Hays at Music Institute at Carrollton Square
Scene Study (in-person or virtual) and
Song Study (in-person only)
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays (before 2:00 pm)
Music Institute at Carrollton Square
1201 S. Broadway Suite 100
All enrollment and class scheduling will go directly through Jeremy Landon Hays Official Website. The Music Institute will not be handling any payments or scheduling for Jeremy’s studio.
Please link here to view details of programs of study.
JEREMY LANDON HAYS is an actor, singer, writer, and producer. His television appearances include a recurring role on "The Oath" (Sony Crackle), “Bull” (CBS), “FBI” (CBS), "Broad City" (Comedy Central), "The Blacklist" (NBC) "Turn: Washington Spies" (AMC) and the soon to be released Scott Rudin film Compliance for FX starring Mary Louise Parker. Jeremy is also set to appear in a new independent film Sometime Other Than Now starring Kate Walsh, Donal Logue, and Amy Hargreaves. Jeremy recently played the role of Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He made his Broadway debut in the first revival of Les Misérables and went on to originate the role of Enjolras for the 25th Anniversary production at Paper Mill Playhouse and the subsequent national tour. He performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia Festival as a soloist in Play It Again, Marvin a musical review of the music of Marvin Hamlisch. He toured the U.S. as Rum Tum Tugger in Cats. Regionally he has starred in productions of Into the Woods, Hair, Camelot, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Oklahoma! and West Side Story. Jeremy is proud to have represented Les Misérables on "The 85th Annual Academy Awards" hosted by Seth MacFarlane as well as NBC's "America's Got Talent."
Jeremy is producing a new Broadway play Paulette by novelist, Mary Adkins (When You Read This). The play is currently in development in New York City.
Jeremy has penned the book to Everything in the Dim Light, a new Broadway musical currently in development with music and lyrics by The Bones, adapted from the Thomas Hardy novel Far from the Madding Crowd.
Jeremy has also written two television pilots. Buried Deep is a modern western drama series set in rural Oklahoma. Take the Black is a comedic, mockumentary series about a down-on-their-luck band of cater waiters who have been recruited by the CIA.
Jeremy also founded the non-profit, non-partisan organization Broadway Votes which promotes voter registration and political involvement in the Broadway community. @jlandonhays