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Regional Theatre

Mister Dickens Hat (Northlight Theatre)


d. David Catlin

Legally Blonde (Paramount Theatre, Aurora, IL)

Sundeep Padamadan/Ens

d. Trent Stork/c. Megan Farley

Something In The Game (American Music Theatre Project)


d./c. David H. Bell

NFT BIPOC Showcase

Featured Performer

d. ChloƩ Laborde

KISS (Haven Chicago)

Youssif/Daniel (understudy, performed)

d. Monty Cole

New Work

The Cherry Orchard (book/music/lyrics by Emily Xu Hall)

Trofimov (lead)

d. Jessica Fisch

World Famous Deli (by Delia Cunningham)

Abdullah (lead)

d. Harley Kirchoff

The Secret of Camp Elliot

Richard Elliot (lead)

d. Amanda Tanguay

Expect Victory (by Rona Siddiqui & Kristoffer DIaz)

Maxfield Chase (lead)

d. Jaime CastaƱeda

Gut Punch (by Jasmine Sharma)

Dan (lead)

d. Jasmine Sharma

The Girl Who (book/music/lyrics by Noisemaker)

Max/Guard/Farmer Bloch (sup.)

d. Noisemaker

Film/Television/Web Series

God's Little Americans (Episode 3)

Cole (guest)

Independent Web Series

Is This Seat Taken?

Trevor (lead)

MAG Student FIlm

The Becomers

Rahim (supporting)

d. Zach Clark

Ruchir Khazanchi is an actor, composer, lyricist, & musician originally from Omaha, Nebraska. Recently, his work as writing coordinator for the 89th Waa-Mu Show: State of the Art was awarded with the John Paynter Award for "Outstanding Creation of Music". He has collaborated in various capacities with several new work organizations, including the American Music Theatre Project, The Waa-Mu Show, and the Agnes Nixon Playwrighting festival.

Physical Characteristics / Measurements

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 210 lbs

Eyes: Brown

Hair Color: Black

Hair Length:


composer, music director, music producer, orchestration, songwriting, spelling bee champion, Basketball, Tennis, Weight Lifting, Drums, Guitar, Host, Licensed Driver, Piano, Vocal Range: Bari-Tenor, Vocal Range: Baritone, Vocal Range: Bass, Vocal Style: Legit, Vocal Style: Rapper, French Accent