FROM THE BORSCHT BELT TO BROADWAY
Warren Schein, has been entertaining audiences on stages throughout the US and Europe. He has played leading roles Off-Bdwy, Regional Theater and in Summerstock productions which include Micky in Sugar Babies, Max Bialystock in The Producers and Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, and most recently as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, just to mention a few.
He has been performing his one-man shows, Remembering Mel: A Musical Tribute To Mel Torme and Spend An Evening With Mr. Saturday Night, a medley of timeless music and comedy to sold out audiences throughout the country. Mr. Schein also garnered glowing reviews from his show “From the Borscht Belt to Broadway which included a tribute to the entertainer extraordinaire, Al Jolson. For many years Mr. Schein has been participating as one of the major headliners performing in the famous Provincetown Cabaret Fest in Massachusetts.
Warren has been the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy, the Rice Krispy M&M, and the leprechaun for Lucky Charms. TV appearances include ads for The History Channel, A&E and Nick at Night . He appeared on Saturday Night Live, Boardwalk Empire, Law & Order and in the films, The Stepford Wives, Dark Room and Spector.
Audiences have enjoyed many a jazzy evening from the Great American Songbook, while listening to Warren and his nineteen piece big band, Rhythm, Reeds and Brass.
The impressive list of performers he has opened for and performed with includes: Marty Allen & Steve Rossi, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara. Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Totie Fields, Buddy Hackett, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Danny Kaye, and Tony Martin. Warren is especially known for his classic jokes from the Golden Era of Comedy and of today’s lifestyles. Warrens interaction with his audience makes him one of the foremost improvisational comedic performers in the business.
Warren Schein has played in every NY City premiere night club such as the Metropolitan Room, and The Copa. Warren recently formed a new show with his Music Director, Tom LaMark, “Dream Along With Me”: A Tribute To Perry Como.