Brian Lane Green (Damon Jennings) received
a Tony nomination for best actor in a musical for his performance
as Spacepunk in "Starmites." He made his Broadway debut as Huck Finn
in "Big River" and appeared as "Jo Jo" in the Cy Coleman musical "The
Life." He starred in the first national tour of "Big River" and in the
national tour of Andrew Lloyd Weber's "Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat." His regional theater credits have included "West Side
Story," "Pirates of Penzance," "Pippin," "Camelot," "La Cage Aux Folles,"
"1776," and Marc Antony in Shakespeare's "Julius Caeser."
On television Brian has guest starred on numerous shows
such as "Murder She Wrote," "Highway to Heaven," and "Sabrina:
the Teenage Witch." Daytime audiences know him as Sam Fowler on "Another
World," Alan Brand on "Days of Our Lives," and Brian Bodine on "All
My Children." He was one of stars of the cult film "Circuit," and co-stars
with Tovah Feldshuh and Tony Lo Bianco, in "Friends and Family."
Brian can be heard on the live recording of "The Words
and Music of Jerry Herman: Tap Your Troubles Away" (LML), "Sondheim:
a Celebration at Carnegie Hall" (RCA) with the Tonics, "George and
Ira Gershwin: A Musical Tribute" (MCA), Grateful: The songs of John
Bucchino"(RCA), and his own debut CD, "Brian Lane Green" (LML).
Brian has written the book, music, and lyrics for a new
Beckett-esque musical, "Waiting for the
Glaciers to Melt," an abstract telling of isolation and immobility.