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National Recording Artist, Actor In Musical ‘Grease’

Oswego Players "Grease" poster

Oswego Players "Grease" poster

OSWEGO – Recording artist and movie actor, also plays and musicals Michael Paul Callahan will perform in the musical Grease as Teen Angel.

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Michael Paul Callahan is Teen Angel

It’s directed by Tom Briggs with musical director Robert Dumas and choreography by Stephfond Brunson.

The show will be at The Francis Marion Brown Theater, Oswego Civic Arts Center. July 8 at 8 p.m., July 9 at 2 p.m., July 14 at 8 p.m., July 15 at 8 p.m., and July 16 at 2 p.m.

Call Oswego Players to reserve tickets (315) 343-5138.

Callahan has held lead roles in movies such as “Counter,” “Stolen,” “The Businessman” and “Venus Man Trap” filmed this past spring.

As a recording artist, he’s performed onstage in venues like The Syracuse Landmark Theater, The Forum in Binghamton, The Broome County Arena, Cornell and SUNY Binghamton University, fairgrounds and many more.

He has appeared in plays like “First Things First,” the Inspector in “Dial M for Murder,” “Uncle Billy” in “It’s A Wonderful Life,” “John Smith” in “Caught in the Net,” “Juror # 10” in “Twelve Angry Men” also “Papa” in “I Remember Mama” with theater groups including The Oswego Players, Baldwinsville Theater Guild and more.

Callahan is featured on IMDb, CNY Arts web page of Syracuse, Casting360 and YouTube.

He is a Christian Contemporary Gospel recording artist for many years, opening for top-name Grammy and Dove Award winning performers such as Amy Grant, David Meece, Mike Warnke and many more.

He had a weekly TV show and hosted a weekly two-hour radio show on a #1 FM country station in Binghamton. He founded the annual “First Night” New Year’s Eve family celebration, an annual dinner for the needy on Easter Day and monthly youth skate nights.