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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Ensemble)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadephia, PA

March 26th-May 5th, 2024

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Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

November 21st-December 31, 2023


Escape to Margaritaville (Jamal/Ted)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

March 28th-May 7th, 2023

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Plaid Tidings (Frankie)

Delaware Theatre Company, Wilmington, DE

November 30th-December 18th, 2022

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Rocky (Apollo's Manager/Ensemble)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

October 4th-November 6th, 2022

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The Color Purple (Ensemble)

Broadway at Music Circus, Sacramento, CA

August 23rd-28th, 2022


Kiss Me, Kate (Paul)

Broadway at Music Circus, Sacramento, CA

July 12th-17th, 2022

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Choir Boy (David Heard)

Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia, PA

February 18th-March 13th, 2022

"...and Dana Orange, adding urgency (and singing gorgeously) as the troubled David..." -Philadelphia Inquirer

"...Orange’s face can break your heart in a thousand different ways." -Broad Street Review

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Disney's The Little Mermaid (Sebastian)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

November 16th, 2021- January 2nd, 2022

"...Dana Orange who plays Sebastian... takes the role of the stressed-out bright red crab and brings more humor than ever before." -Metro Philadelphia

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Shrek the Musical (Donkey)

Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

November 5th, 2019-January 5th, 2020

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In The Heights (Ensemble)

Park Playhouse, Albany, NY

June 28th-July 27th, 2019

Ragtime (Harlem Ensemble)

The Eagle Theatre, Hammonton, NJ

January 25th-February 17th, 2019

SISTER ACT (Sweaty Eddie)

Millbrook Playhouse, Mill Hall, PA

July 6-July 15, 2018

"One of the most outstanding performances of the night was delivered by Dana Orange in the role of Eddie... His strong singing voice and confident stage presence lend an additional bright note to the production." -The Express

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