Luke Surretsky

Actor, singer, and Musician in New York City

Luke Surretsky

Actor, singer, and Musician in New York City

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Thanks for stopping by! My name is Luke and here's a little bit about me:

Up next, you can catch me playing “Jetsam” and “Grimsby” in The Little Mermaid: A 90 Minute Immersive Musical Spectacular at Area Stage this summer in Miami, FL. After a sold out run last summer of The Little Mermaid, and multiple regional awards and accolades, Area Stage is teaming up with Loxen Productions to revive their immersive production of The Little Mermaid in a sleeker, shorter production at an all new immersive space designed from the ground up to tell this story. Step into a mystical seaside tavern where sailors and pirates share myths of mermaids and adventure. Once inside, Ariel and Eric’s story will spring to life all around you in this epic under the sea spectacular. The show runs from July 11 - August 4 in South Miami, FL. Tickets can be found here:

I am a New York City based singer/actor/musician born and raised in north New Jersey. Growing up, I spent the majority of my time doing school shows, community theatre, cabarets, and various performances around the tri-state area. At 18 years old, I started to pursue my BFA in Musical Theatre at Montclair State University but then left one semester in after booking my first regional theatre contract. From then on, my plan has been to audition and work in the industry full-time. As of late, I've been traveling around the country working in regional theatre, Off-Broadway, TV/film, musician-related gigs, basically anything to keep my creative juices flowing.

I treasure working in environments that are rooted in collaboration. Innovation to create fresh and relevant theatre is a quality I find essential when working with others. Onwards and upwards!

But it’s Luke Surretsky who drives the evening with the speed and power of a runaway Brightline express. Somehow he and Rodaz make Dennis’ 11th hour seemingly endless spleen-venting monologue an impossible torrent of fear metastasized into words. But until the last moments, Surretsky’s Dennis exudes self-confidence bordering on arrogance, especially taking ego-building satisfaction from mercilessly putting down Warren. And yet Surretsky somehow communicates that this is all a front."
Florida Theater On Stage, Bill Hirschman
Luke Surretsky is commanding, intimidating, and menacing as the bully, Goranski."
MiamiArtZine, Aaron Krause
The actors are having a great time and their delight is infectious, especially Luke Surretsky as the over-the-top bully who goes bonkers as the first to suffer under the SQUIP’s sway."
Florida Theater On Stage, Bill Hirschman
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