Touted as a "SINGER'S singer," for the past 30 years Jay Joseph has performed in Nightclubs in Los Angeles, New York, Hawaii & Las Vegas, as well as performing in musical theatre, National Tours (Billy Flynn in CHICAGO), recording and studio work, Las Vegas Production Shows and headlining around the world on several cruise lines. Whether in a large or small venue, Jay's personal approach makes you feel as though you are a guest in his living room.
Jay currently performs at The Suncoast Hotel & Casino & Sam's Town in Las Vegas in The Hit Parade & Variety Toast of the Town.
In addition to performing, Jay's owns and operates ATOM Las Vegas, an interactive event & entertainment company. His troupe performs for local Restaurants, Hotels & Casinos, Corporate & Convention events & Team Building and was featured on seven Royal Caribbean Cruise ships. His newest story is featured on the Norwegian Jewel.
Here is what people are saying about Jay:
Juke Box Live! – New York Daily News Review
"By comparison, Jay Joseph is a knockout! His renditions of Pretty Woman, Only You, Since I Don't Have You, Blue Moon and Chances Are caress the senses with intensity and warmth – undoubtedly underscoring the reasons why he was chosen to be Billy Flynn in a national company of CHICAGO."
Dancin' to the Hitz
"The featured performer...the one called on to sing and dance and serve as the guide to the tour of the decades of music that is the essence of the show...is one of the strongest ever to hold down that role Jay Joseph is a talented singer/dancer with a theatrical background who glides into different phases and sounds the show embraces with ease."
"Many of the emotional high points referred to are supplied by HCT newcomer Jay Robert Joseph. With his dramatic and vocal skills, Joseph makes the tormented Archibald both believable and sympathetic."
The "Hot" HMS Pinafore
"When you're hot, you're hot, and Harrisburg Theatre's jazzed-up production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore" is sizzling. Jay Robert Joseph contributes a wealth of singing, dancing and acting ability to the role of Captain Corcoran, who commands the H.M.S. Pinafore."
"Jay Joseph as Ito, Mame's general factotum, was the gem of the evening. He supported the show just as he supported Mame's household. The best number of the evening was the quartet "We need a Little Christmas" with Mame, Patrick, Ito and Gooch. He was never obtrusive, but you knew that the quartet, and much else, would not have been as good without him."
"Jay Joseph is splendid as the title character in DMTC's production of 'Sweeney Todd.' Despite his evil deeds, the barber was able to keep the audience's sympathy. Sweeney Todd is an angry, anguished man; Jay Joseph played the role most dramatically but did not exaggerate. He earned and kept audience sympathy throughout."
On The 20th Century
"Joseph, in particular, brings a nice comic touch to Granit, alternately blustering and simpering. Granit's continuing problems with door and doorways are responsible for some of the evening's biggest laughs. Joseph's duet with Chitambar on "Mine" is perhaps the best musical moment of the show."
"The Narrator (Jay Joseph), who acts like a commenting chorus and/or the comic relief. But still, what makes this package so special? My suspicion is that it delivers exactly what it promises, no more and no less. That's as unusual in theater as it is in life."
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