Clark Adamson

Clark trained vocally with both John Sykes and Colin Iveson and he teaches singing.

He has a wide range of musical interests and has an extensive repertoire. His opera performances have included Escamillo in “Carmen”, Kecal in “The Bartered Bride“, Valentine in “Faust” and Leporello in “Don Giovanni”.

Clark sang with Felling Male Voice Choir for 8 years and is a founder member of the cabaret group Upper Circle. Favourite musical roles have included Gaston in “Gigi”, Freddy in “My Fair Lady”, Young Ben in “Follies”, Perchik in “Fiddler on the Roof”, Billy Bigalow in “Carousel” and Petruchio in “Kiss Me Kate”.

He joined DMTC in 2003 to play Lancelot in “Camelot”. He has since taken the parts of Dr. Neville Craven in “The Secret Garden”, Sky Masterson in “Guys and Dolls”, Bruce Ismay in “Titanic” and Peter in “Company“.

Clark played the part of William Desmond Taylor in ‘Mack and Mabel’ and in Grand Hotel he will be taking on the role of the cynical Doctor Otternschlag, a morphine addict still suffering from World War I wounds.