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Four Broadway Stars / One Powerhouse Show!

When your dreams choose you, the hope inside your heart will find its way!” 

Four Broadway Performers join together to sing some of the best music of Broadway, while sharing their personal stories from their individual journeys --  in this intimate, funny & entertaining evening of music, laughter & dreams!  This extraordinary group of artists met while performing in “PHANTOM: The Las Vegas Spectacular”  and together formed their own highly-acclaimed spectacle that continues to thrill audiences everywhere:  THE PHAT PACK!

THE PHAT PACK opened in the fall of 2012 in Las Vegas to rave reviews, and standing ovations!   The show headlined for almost a year at The Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, followed by a highly successful run in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Hotel And Casino, overlooking the world famous Las Vegas Strip!

THE PHAT PACK brings you Music, Laughter & Dreams -  These Broadway Performers (formerly with PHANTOM in Las Vegas) sing the great music of Broadway, American Standards, as well as fun, exciting original comedy material -- AND share stories from their personal lives and careers!  THE PHAT PACK tips its hat to an era of elegance and entertainment in their own tribute to the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas!

THE PHAT PACK: Voted “Best of Vegas -- Best All-Around Performers”

(Las Vegas Review Journal)

THE PHAT PACK is appropriate for all ages! 

Come share in the Music, Laughter & Dreams!


Ted Keegan - Phantom in “Phantom Of The Opera” Broadway & National Tour

Randal Keith - Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables” Broadway & National Tour

Bruce Ewing - Jinx in “Forever Plaid” National Tour & Las Vegas Productions

Kevan Patriquin -Master of Time in EFX / Phantom Double & Stunt Coordinator

Matthew Tyler - Phantom, Les Miserables, Mamma Mia / West End, Broadway & Tours

Philip Fortenberry -  Concert Pianist & Conductor/Pianist for numerous Broadway Shows

This extraordinary group of artists met while performing in

“PHANTOM: The Las Vegas Spectacular” and together formed their own highly-acclaimed

spectacle that continues to thrill audiences everywhere:



Bruce Ewing,

a native of Suffern, NY, and graduate of the Hart School of Music, Hartford, CT, has spent the past 6 years appearing in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular" at the Venetian Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Before Phantom, Bruce appeared as Jinx & Sparky in "Forever Plaid" at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino, as well as the Flamingo Hotel & Casino. Bruce has worked all over the country, with credits including the national tours of "Forever Plaid," "City of Angels," "Grand Hotel" and"Ziegfeld: a Night at the Follies."

Ted Keegan,

a native of Watertown, NY, and a graduate of Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, starred as The Phantom in the National tour of "The Phantom of the Opera" as well as the Broadway Company. Ted was deeply involved in the George Gershwin Centennial Celebration, performing unpublished Gershwin at the opening of the George and Ira Gershwin Room at the National Archives in Washington, DC. He has been a soloist with numerous orchestra  across the country, including the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center.

Randal Keith,

is best known as Jean Valjean in "Les Misérables." He has also performed the role of King Arthur in the Las Vegas production of "Spamalot." He most recently performed in the "Phantom: the Las Vegas Spectacular." He has played Raoul and Monsieur André, as well as the Phantom in the First National Tour of "The Phantom of the Opera." He is one of the few actors to have played every major role in Phantom. In "Les Misérables," he performed Jean Valjean on the National Tour, as well as Shanghai, Seoul and was chosen to star as Valjean on Broadway to close" Les Misérables" sixteen year run.

Kevan Patriquin,

is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory, and performed the starring role in MGM Grand’s mega-musical production EFX-Alive, along side notable stars, Rick Springfield, David Cassidy and Tommy Tune as well as serving as the production’s Stunt Coordinator. He worked with the legendary Hal Prince in opening Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular as the Phantom Double and Stunt Coordinator. He has worked for notable companies such as: Disney, Universal Studios, DreamWorld and has created and directed productions across the US, Australia and China.

Matthew Tyler,

has been performing professionally since he was ten years old. Credits include Phantom of the Opera (West End, directed by Hal Prince), Les Miserables in Concert (London), Mamma Mia (Broadway National Tour), The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour), Chicago (Hollywood Bowl, directed by Brooke Shields), the title role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Cygnet Theatre), Chauvelin in The Scarlet Pimpernel (Welk Theatre), Jamie in The Last Five Years (Sherry Theatre), Oberon in Midsummer Night: A Rock Musical (Tennessee Shakespeare Festival), Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar (Circa 21), and multiple shows and world premieres for North Shore Music Theater, Papermill Playhouse and Sacramento Music Circus.  Matthew originally hails from California, but has called New York, London and Los Angeles home. He recently relocated, again, to Las Vegas. Matthew’s solo album, One For My Baby, is available on his website:

Philip Fortenberry,

has numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway shows to his credit and can be heard playing on several original Broadway Cast recordings. In addition, he has recorded nine solo albums, and is a featured recording artist on the Watchfire Music label ( He recently released a new solo recording entitled “Broadway My Way” which is now available online and in music stores. Philip holds a Master of Music degree in classical piano performance, and has performed in concert nationwide at prestigious venues from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center, from The Kennedy Center to the White House. Philip was the featured Artist-in-Residence at the Liberace Museum’s Cabaret Showroom in Las Vegas, where he completed a two-year run of his critically acclaimed one-man show, Liberace and Me. Most recently, Philip’s newest concert, “The Man At The Piano” has played at The Smith Center for The Performing Arts, and will soon be on tour nationally.  In addition to his concert and recording career, Philip is currently the associate conductor for the Las Vegas production of the hit Musical, Jersey Boys.