Drama Doodles: A look back on Greg Hildreth’s most beloved roles

Newly minted Lortel Award nominee Greg Hildreth returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below with his solo cabaret Second Fiddle tonight, April 4, at 7pm.

Known as one of Broadway’s favorite comedic actors, Hildreth is currently stealing the spotlight in style off-Broadway in The Robber Bridegroom at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The musical revival, directed by Alex Timbers and led by Steven Pasquale and Ahna O’Reilly, is scheduled to play a limited run through May 29.

Hildreth told Stage Door Dish in an interview that those lucky enough to score tickets to Second Fiddle are in for a “big party.”

“You can expect to see a lot of self-deprecating humor,” Hildreth said. “I worked really closely with Teddy Bergman, my pal from Peter and the Starcatcher, to make the evening as non-precious as possible, to poke fun at myself, and to have my friends come up and kind of roast me as well.”

In her first Doodle for Stage Door Dish, cartoonist Courtney Powitz takes a walk down memory lane to capture the essence of some of Hildreth’s most recognizable and beloved supporting roles.

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