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​​​Matt Wolfe

Stage - Camera - Voice Over

Learn more about Matt's original musical, 

Tree Hugger

The Amazing (Mostly) True Tale of John Muir

Latest News:​

October 2016 - Matt joined the company of Village Theatre's production of Singing in the Rain in the role of Sid Phillips.

October 2016 - Matt directed a concert production of Shenandoah at ACT Theatre, produced by Showtunes Theatre company as part of the ACTLab program. This concert featured, for the first time it's believed and with permission of the show's creators, a woman playing the classic role of Charlie Anderson. 

September 2016 - For the second year in a row, Matt was nominated for "Best Voiceover of Audiobooks for Children Ages 3-12" by the national SOVAS Voice Arts Awards for his work on Jeff Madison and the Curse of Drakwood Forest by Bernice Fischer.

July 2016 - Matt got to play his dream role of Harold Hill in the Music Man at Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre.

"For all the good supporting performances, the show rests squarely on Wolfe’s shoulders, and he’s up to the task. His Harold Hill is a charmer, with a quick smile and a quicker tongue." 

Read the review here.

May 2016 - Matt was thrilled to return to Bigfork Summer Playhouse to direct their production of 42nd Street.

February 2016 - Matt opened as "Sam Byck" in the ACT Theatre/5th Avenue Theatre co-production of Sondheim's Assassins to strong reviews.

"Matthew Wolfe, an ace old-style song and dance man is nearly unrecognizable assuming the role of Samuel Byck...Wolfe nails Byck's two substantial monologues veering from the oddly comic to pathetic to chilling with smooth precision."

Read the review here.

December 2015 - The production of Legally Blonde Matt directed was listed in the top ten of Seattle theatre productions in 2015 by Jetspace Magazine.

Read the article here.

September 2015 - Matt has just been announced as the next Artistic Director of Showtunes Theatre Company, following gratefully in the steps of Broadway legend Martin Charnin.

Read the notice at

Read the notice at Broadway World.



September 2015 - Matt has been nominated for "Best Voiceover" of Audiobooks for Children 3-12  by

The Society of Voice Arts and Sciences for his work on Jeff

Madison and the Shimmers of Drakmere by Bernice Fischer.

See the list of nominees here.



June 2015 - "When the doors of the prison opened and the Inquisition entered to collect a prisoner, I felt the sense of fear..." A strong review for Matt's latest directing project, Man of La Mancha at Bigfork Summer Playhouse.

Read more here.



May 2015 - "Legally Blonde is one of the first must see shows I have seen this year." Great review for Matt's directing project at Second Story Repertory from Talkin' Broadway.

Read the review here.



March 2015 - Matt is grateful to return to the role he originated as the Bunny in Seattle Children's Theatre's Goodnight Moon. As rehearsals take place, he has the privilege of project managing the implementation of a new program at SCT for children with sensory needs.

Read about Goodnight Moon here.



February 2015 - Matt had a wonderful time recording the audio book, Jeff Madison and the Shimmers of Drakmere

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January 2015 - Matt is honored to be serving as Assistant Director on Seattle Children's Theatre's world premiere of Mwindo. 

Read more about the production here.



September 2014 - Matt has joined Showtunes Theatre Company as Associate Producer and as a member of the Board of Directors.



September 2014 - Matt is beginning a season-long intership at Seattle Children's Theatre under the guidance of Artistic Director Linda Hartzell to learn about the "Art of Artistic Direction".



August 2014 - Matt is appearing in Kooman and Dimond's The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes in the Village Theatre Festival of New Works.

Click here to visit the article at Playbill.



May 2014 - Matt is thrilled to return to Bigfork Summer Playhouse to direct their season opener, West Side Story.

Read more in the news article here.



Get a look at life on the road with the National Tour of Hello Dolly on . . .

Click here to visit the article at Playbill.



Great reviews have come in across the country for Hello Dolly...

"And speaking of the head clerk from Yonkers, Hackl and his friend and co-employee Barnaby Tucker (played by Matt Wolfe and Garrett Hawe, respectively) are dynamic darlings. Wolfe and Hawe are alchemists of laughter, taking any spare empty moment and transforming them into musical moments of grandeur. The duo’s hijinks—while hiding from their cranky boss Horace Vandergelder in multiple locales in downtown New York City—light up the stage. And when Wolfe sings his blissful rendition of “It Only Takes a Moment,” love-at-first-sight seems more than a Hallmark card platitude."


- Nick Reichart, Green Room Reviews, Syracuse, NY



October 2013 - Matt is appearing as "Cornelius Hackl" in the National Tour of Hello Dolly starring Sally Struthers.



July 2013 - Matt is appearing

in The Pirates of Penzance

at 5th Avenue Theatre

in Seattle.



March 2013 - Matt is thrilled to be represented by Craig Holzberg and his team at Avalon Artists!

​See the "Contact" page for information on how to reach their NYC and LA offices.



Matt will be appearing in Easter Mysteries March 27, 29, and 30 at historic St. Clement's Episcopal.

​Easter Mysteries is a contemporary oratorio written by John O'Boyle, producer of Matilda and Christopher Durang's Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.


On Monday, March 18 come see the concert All Overett.

​I'll be performing songs written by the amazing Adam Overett at Ars Nova.


On Thursday, March 14, I will appear in a reading of Gumbo, a new musical, at historic Riverside Church.

​Gumbo is a musical based on the myth of Orpheus set during Hurricane Katrina -written by Christina Quintana and Brett Macias.


On Friday, March 4, I will appear in a reading of Tilly the Trickster.

​Tilly is a children's book written by Molly Shannon, now turned into a funny and heartfelt musical by Jeremy Dobrish and Drew Fornarola.


In February 2013, I will appear in two exciting projects in NYC!

​The first is Portraits is a music theatre lab produced by Prospect Theatre where I play roles in 8 different, mini-musicals.

The second project is with the TRU Voices Reading series where I'll play several roles in a reading of the new show My Life Is a Musical by Adam Overett.


In November 2012, I was thrilled to make my Broadway debut in the Original Cast of Scandalous. I play various roles in the ensemble and understudy George Hearn in the roles of "James Kennedy" and "Brother Bob". 

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