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Latest news down here in the Wireless Room:

Martin will be knighted Sir Robin on April 4th when he joins the cast of Spamalot taking over for David Hyde Pierce. More info here.

Martin's Book...

Martin's book, The Tricky Part: One Boys Fall from Trespass into Grace has been published by Beacon Press. Check out out his book site for details and book signings here. Book reviews to come. A new fan experience has been added as well.

The Tricky Part

There has been a major update to the Articles section. Martin's The Tricky Part bio was added. The Pictures section will be updated soon!

The Tricky Part opened on April 12th to great reviews. The New York Times review can be found here..

Martin will be performing his new play, The Tricky Part, at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre starting March 28. The show officially opens April 12th and runs to May 30th. Seth Barrish directs the solo piece and the design team includes Paul Steinberg (sets) and Heather Carson (lighting).

The Tricky Part, humorously and candidly delves into the life of its star and his personal journey. The work deals with the consequences of a 12-year-old altar boy's introduction to sex.

For tickets to The Tricky Part at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre, 2162 Broadway (at 76th Street), call (212) 239-6200.

Martin Returns to Cabaret

Martin will reprise the role of Ernst Ludwig in Cabaret starting on October 30th. Currently Susan Egan stars as Sally Bowles and Adam Pascal stars as the Emcee.

Get Tickets here. Playbill Online and also have discount tickets.

The Tricky Part

Long Wharf Theatre will produce a workshop presentation of Martin Moran's new play, The Tricky Part. Moran also stars in this timely one-person drama about his own 30-year struggle with the consequences of child sexual abuse. Seth Barrish directs the play, which was recently developed at the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab in Sundance, Utah. With disarming humor and breathtaking candor, The Tricky Part chronicles the transformation of a nave 12-year-old boy, from life in an isolated Roman Catholic universe, into a mature gay man determined to come to terms with his past.

Long Wharf Theatre is a professional not-for-profit regional theatre located just off 1-95, exit 46, a quarter-mile from the intersection of I-95, I-91, and Route 34.

Get Tickets here.

Coming Soon - Links on the music page where you can purchase Martin's CDs.

Martin will take part in Playwrights Horizon's Floyd Collins concert. This January, Playwrights Horizons will present "concert performances" of the beloved musicals Floyd Collins, Violet, and Falsettos, all of which were originally produced by Playwrights, and which have taken their places as modern classics of the American Theater. Each performance will feature members of the original Playwrights Horizons casts.

Book by Tina Landau
Music & Lyrics by Adam Guettel
Additional Lyrics by Tina Landau
Featuring Stephen Lee Anderson, Matthew Bennett, Jason Danieley, Jesse Lenat, Theresa McCarthy, Martin Moran, and Cass Morgan
Directed by Tina Landau

January 23 - 26, 2003 Thursday at 7, Friday at 8, Saturday at 2 & 8, Sunday at 2 & 7 Special Benefit Performance Sunday, January 26 at 7


Martin's next project is A Man of No Importance at Lincoln Center. It marks the reunion of the Ragtime creative team Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens & Terrence McNally and promises to be quite a show. The other cast include Roger Rees, Faith Prince, Sally Murphy, Steven Pasquale, Jessica Molaskey, Charles Keating, Ronn Carroll, Luther Creek, Barbara Marineau, Sean McCourt, Katherine McGrath, Patti Perkins, and Jalrath Conroy.

More information on tickets can be found here. You can get tickets through telecharge. Be advised, tickets are going fast at the seating in the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater is very limited & everyone wants to see this show.

Based on the 1994 Albert Finney movie of the same name, A Man of No Importance tells the tender story of Alfie Byrne a bus driver living in 1960's Dublin. A passionate fan of Oscar Wilde, Alfie is determined to stage a version of Salome at his church, despite the objections of church authorities. In the process of fighting for the play, Alfie is finally forced to confront his own sexuality and take a stand in the world.

Tickets go on sale on Sunday, August 11th. All tickets are $65. The first preview is September 12th, and opening night is October 10th. The production is currently scheduled to run through December 29, 2002 at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center.

The performance schedule is as follows: Tues-Sat--8pm, Wed & Sat at 2pm. Sun at 3 pm.

Contact Martin at:

Martin Moran
c/o Cabaret
Studio 54
254 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

Martin will reprise the role of Ernst Ludwig in Cabaret for 6 weeks from January 15th - February 24th. Currently Molly Ringwald stars as Sally Bowles and Raul Esparza stars as the Emcee.

Martin starred as the Ghost of Christmas Past in Madison Square Garden's A Christmas Carol. The show ended its seasonal run on December 29th.

More information can be found at (as well as a discount code) and at The Theater at Madison Square Garden website.

Bells Are Ringing opened on April 12, 2001 and later closed on June 10, 2001. It was nominated for two Tony Awards: Best Revival of a Musical and Best Actress for Faith Prince. The awards, however, went to 42nd Street and Christine Ebersole instead. Martin starred as Dr. Kitchell, DDS along side Faith Prince, Marc Kudisch and David Garrison. Martin brought down the house nightly with his "Midas Touch." More information can be found here. The show was recorded by Fynsworth Alley which did a great job preserving the show. Buy the CD here and make sure you check out the end track of "The Songs of Dr. Kitchell, DDS. The magic of the air hose...

Martin recently participated in a workshop of A Man of No Importance which is based on the 1994 Albert Finney film. Lincoln Center Theater sponsered the workshop on June 15th. The creative team consists of Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens and Terrence McNally. More information can be found here.

Martin left Cabaret on January 18, 2001.

Check out the lastest snapshot of the current Cabaret cast as they welcome Leah Thompson to Studio 54 thanks to Playbill Online.

Titanic closed on March 28th after 804 performances. After leaving the show in February 1999 Martin spent some time down at the Atlantic Theater Company in The Cider House Rules: Part I - Here in St. Cloud. Martin also appeared in the workshop of Molly Maquires.

Find Top Ten Lists here. Get an inside look into the character of Harold Bride and Martin's impact in the role.

There is now a Martin Moran mailing list. If you want to chat, head over to egroups and subscribe! If you want to chat about Cabaret or Titanic these are the places to go.

This page is being updated as often as possible. Look for new things soon including a new layout sometime in the future. If you have pictures, experiences or information to share e-mail me. Also sign the wireless log and let me know what you think of the site. Thanks!

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