Michael Garamoni is an American expat teaching English to borderline psychotic Czech children in Prague. Writing fantasy, science fiction, and poetry is his central passion; however, performing has remained a deep second passion throughout his life. Musical theatre is his favored aspect of the performing arts spectrum, but nothing satisfies him more than to dig into a juicy acting role.
In California, he frequently sang professionally as a soloist for The Center for Spiritual Living at their Sunday services. He is currently attempting to publish his first novel, Meaningless.
In 2013, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Speech with a Concentration in Performance at Wagner College in New York City, with a minor degree in English. His favorite credits include Man 2 in the Stephen Sondheim musical revue Putting it Together, Solomon in Speech and Debate, Fred in Smokey Joe's Cafe, George Gibbs in Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, The Baker in Sondheim’s Into the Woods, Gordon Schwinn in A New Brain, and, most recently, a soloist in the Kander and Ebb musical revue And the World Goes Round.
He is grateful for this opportunity to join Blood, Love, & Rhetoric, for whom he'll make his debut in March with Zurich Plays.