Tamar Greene is currently starring in the Broadway company of Hamilton playing the role of George Washington. Prior to becoming Broadway’s longest-running George Washington, Tamar played the same role in the Hamilton Chicago company through the end of its run. Other favorite theatrical credits include the Broadway National Tours of Love Never Dies, the sequel to Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera, The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, and Broadway’s celebration of Harlem’s Golden Age After Midnight. Tamar was also seen as the Crab Man at the Spoleto Festival’s production of Porgy and Bess and as a featured singer in the PBS broadcast of Show Boat at Lincoln Center.

Tamar has graced stages worldwide through his concert work and performing his solo show. Last season, he was seen in Sondheim on Sondheim with the Kansas City Lyric Opera, as the soloist for the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra, and in a special orchestral performance airing on Comedy Central for the 25th Anniversary of South Park. Additional concert and opera credits include Bernstein’s Mass, Ulysses, Carmen, and Gianni’s Beauty and the Beast.

As a proud first-generation American, born of Jamaican and British parents, Tamar is a versatile artist whose musical passions mirror his eclectic background. As a writer, arranger, classical pianist and singer, he combines much of his inspiration from Classical music, Reggae, Hip-Hop, R&B, Blues, and Jazz. Tamar is a voice over and commercial actor and has been seen on WEtv, Netflix Jr Jams, and can be heard on all streaming platforms with his single, Soaring.

Tamar holds a Master of Music from the Eastman School of Music and two bachelor degrees in Music and Computer Information Systems. @Tamar.Greene. www.TamarGreene.com