Bobby Selig Biography

Bobby Selig

Bobby owns Parse House Antiques in Stage House Village in Scotch Plains. He studied at H.B. Studios in New York. Bobby was in the national touring company of GODSPELL for three and one‑half years. He spent eight seasons at Plays‑in‑the‑Park, where the leading player in PIPPIN was his favorite role. Bob won the New York Daily News New Jersey Drama Critic Award in 1974 for his portrayal of Emory in Tony Adase's production of BOYS IN THE BAND. Recently he won an A.C.T. Award for THE SISTERS ROSENWEIG in Westfield playing Geoffrey. The play SHE LOVES ME won him a R.E.C.T. Award the following year. He's trilled to be working with Tony again after all these years and extremely proud to be a part of this excellent ensemble.

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
Big River ......King 4th Wall Theatre 4/22/2005
La Cage aux Folles ......Albin 4th Wall Theatre 9/4/2003
Little Shop of Horrors ......Mr. Mushnik Chatham Players 5/2/2003
Sweet Charity ......Ensemble Villagers Theatre 11/1/2002
Damn Yankees ......Applegate Villagers Theatre 9/14/2001
The Rothschilds ......Prince William, Prince Mettemich, et al East Brunswick Community Players 6/8/2001
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