NEWS AND UPDATES
and places to see those things
Gonna write this in third person. Ethan is an actor and a writer. He recently starred as SpongeBob in The SpongeBob Musical on Broadway (and now on Paramount Plus!), for which he won Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, TheaterWorld Awards (and more) and earned a Tony Nomination. He is currently in Assassins at CSC as The Balladeer and Lee Harvey Oswald. (You can also see him on TV in things like Fosse/Verdon, Murphy Brown, Law and Order: SVU and more. It's all on imdb.com). As a writer, he has a number of things in development including the musical Edge of the World written with Nick Blaemire (the concept album starring Norbert Leo Butz, Lilli Cooper and Ethan is available wherever you listen to music), the upcoming films the Interveners (with Nadja Leonhard-Hooper), Silent Mode (with Marshall Pailet), and more. You can check out more of his music on Spotify or wherever you listen. Thanks for visiting! Feel free to look around!
The concept album written by Ethan Slater and Nick Blaemire, starring Norbert Leo Butz, Lilli Cooper and Ethan Slater - anywhere you listen to music!
EDGE OF THE WORLD
Or go to BroadwayRecords.com to listen to the album and learn about the amazing team that put it together all across the continent. From Aaron Ankrum producing in Minneapolis to Mike Dobson recording in Brooklyn, Marco Paguia on the keys in NYC, just to name a few.
ASSASSINS at CSC
Assassins at Classic Stage Company directed by John Doyle.
Running through January 29th, 2021.
Technically sold out, but check the box office for day-of tickets!
May 2012 - September 2018
After 6 years of development and an amazing broadway run, SpongeBob SquarePants on Broadway has come to an end. I learned more from this project than anything else in my life. It helped me cultivate my deep love for physical comedy, my appreciation for approaching any project with passion and creativity, and introduced me to life long friends and collaborators. I cannot thank everyone involved, from producers to crew to fans, enough. SpongeBob forever.
(And now it really is forever! Watch on Paramount+ if you wanna)