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Welcome to the site of artist Pepe Nufrio! Here you can find photos, videos, updates and upcoming event. Don't forget to susbcribe!

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'“The show is narrated by Che, played by Pepe Nufrio. The actor is tremendously talented as he takes us through the life of Evita. Nufrio has a charisma that leaps off the stage, and a beautiful singing voice to match. His song with Aravena in ACT II, “High Flying, Adored” is wonderful. Not only does he help the audience understand what is going on over the span of nearly two decades, but keeps things quite entertaining as well. His performance is charming and heartfelt from beginning to end.

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“Equally praiseworthy was Pepe Nufrio’s performance of Ragtime’s “Make Them Hear You.” One of the acclaimed performers as Broadway’s Rising Stars, it’s safe to say the golden-voiced AMDA graduate got his message across — we definitely heard him, and I, for one, can’t wait to hear him again soon. (To that end, as Nufrio left the stage, Siegel advises, “Remember that name.”)”

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Reviews are in for “Grease”!

“Pepe Nufrio unexpectedly brings down the house early on in the show with his performance of “Those Magic Changes”.  Nufrio continues to impress in all subsequent scenes and seems to have a never ending supply of energy.  I particularly enjoyed watching him during the dance sequences.”


Click HERE for full review of the show.


And Soon Enough…

AGONY! Waiting for this production to start is gonna be agony! From June 19 - July 13 you’ll be able to catch Pepe playing RAPUNZEL’S PRINCE at Barrington Stage Company. Directed by the wonderful Joe Calarco!

For more information and tickets click HERE!


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