Brett Colby, Director of Development, The Arc
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Director of Development

Phone: (732) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  New York City , New York , United States
The Arc
Of Monmouth 1158 Wayside Road
Tinton Falls , New Jersey 07712
United States

Company Description: The Arc of Monmouth serves more than 1,400 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with education, vocational training, residential services,...   more

Employment History


  • Bachelor of Arts , Music
    Rowan University
  • bachelor's degree , music
    Rowan University , Glassboro
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Algonquin ARTS Theatre | Performing Arts, Music, Film | Press Release | Detail, 20 Sept 2013 [cached]
Brett Colby, the former Development Director for Algonquin Arts Theatre will emcee. Colby has appeared on the Algonquin stage many times, most recently has smooth-talking salesman Harold Hill in the 2012 production of The Music Man.
Algonquin ARTS Theatre | Performing Arts, Music, Film | Press Releases [cached]
Asbury Park resident and professional vocalist, Brett Colby, will be performing in My Funny Valentine: an Evening of Humor & Songs on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 8:00 pm.
Brett Colby Appointed Development Coordinator for Algonquin Arts
Algonquin Arts has appointed a new Development Coordinator, Brett Colby, who will continue to lead the Development Department in a positive direction. Mr. Colby's primary role is to help generate the financial resources necessary for Algonquin Arts to realize its artistic mission. [ Read Full Press Release ]
Algonquin ARTS Theatre | Performing Arts, Music, Film | In The News | Detail, 17 Sept 2009 [cached]
Algonquin Arts recently appointed Brett Colby as the non-profit organization's new development coordinator.
According to the organization, Mr. Colby will help generate financial resources necessary for the organization to continue its artistic mission.
Mr. Colby graduated from Rowan University, Glassboro, in 1997, with a bachelor's degree in music. He has toured the United States and Europe interpreting roles in the operatic repertory, and has also made appearances in musical theatre, film and radio.
Mr. Colby, an Asbury Park resident, has served as president of the Arts Coalition of Asbury Park [ArtsCAP] since 2007. Mr. Colby spearheaded the TriCity Arts Tour, an annual arts festival partnership with Long Branch and Red Bank, and paved the way for city legislation to establish a public art policy for murals and sculpture, to transform the city's appearance.
"I am truly honored to be joining a team that presents such high-quality live entertainment in such a beautiful and historic setting," Mr. Colby said.
"We are thrilled that Brett has joined our team here at Algonquin Arts," Mr. Whitefield said.
About Brett Colby, 3 July 2014 [cached]
Armenian-American tenor Brett Noorigian Colby is a versatile singer/actor specializing in character roles in the operatic and musical theatre repertoires. His strong comedic and vocal skills have garnered rave reviews throughout the US and Europe.
Brett's repertoire includes Basilio/Don Curzio (Le Nozze di Figaro) with Green Mountain Opera, Cedar Rapids Opera and Connecticut Grand Opera; Spoletta (Tosca) with Opera New Jersey and Opera Illinois; Beppe (I Pagliacci) with Opera Delaware and the Westfield Symphony; Little Bat (Susannah) with Utah Festival Opera and Cedar Rapids Opera; Camille (The Merry Widow) with Rimrock Opera; Piquillo (La Perichole) with West Bay Opera; El Remendado (Carmen) with Mobile Opera and New Rochelle Opera; and Goro (Madama Butterfly) with Virginia Opera, Anchorage Opera, El Paso Opera, West Field Symphony Orchestra, Opera Illinois, Midland Symphony, Boheme Opera, Metro Lyric Opera and Cedar Rapids Opera, among others. In his European debut, he joined Theater Görlitz, singing the roles of Nathanaël and The Four Servants (The Tales of Hoffmann), for which German papers wrote that he "mastered his diverse roles vocally, theatrically, and with immaculate diction".
Equally at home on musical theatre stages, recent roles include Harold Hill in The Algonquin Theatre's The Music Man and The Narrator (The Rocky Horror Show) and Charlemagne (Pippin) with ReVision Theatre. He has starred in and recorded albums for two original musicals in New York: Vivianna (a re-telling of La Traviata) and My Heinous Life, for which NYC papers said, "Brett's commanding tenor voice and sure stage presence kept the nonsense moving briskly", and dubbed him, "sweet candy". Other musical theatre roles include Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, and a modernized version of The Pirates of Penzance at NYC's South Street Seaport. Brett spent two summers in Elmira, NY and Hartford, CT, portraying Young Mark Twain in Mark Twain: The Musical.
welcome to artscap | artscap, 30 Mar 2009 [cached]
Brett Noorigian Colby, President
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