Singers Male

Aris Sas

Aris started his career as a member of the Vienna Boy’s Choir at the age of 6. His first role in musical theatre was Gavroche in the European premiere production of „Les Miserables“ at Raimundtheater in Vienna, Austria in 1988. 1997 Roman Polanski cast him as „Alfred“ in the world premiere of cult- show „Dance of the Vampires“. He appeared in over 80 Musicals, operas, operettas and plays all over Europe: Che in „Evita“, Beast in „Beauty and the Beast“, Billy Flynn in „Chicago“, Lancelot in „Camelot“, D´Artagnan in George Stiles „The Three Musketeers“, Arsene Cossard in „Moulin Rouge“, Charley in „Charley´s Tante“, Seymour in „Little Shop of Horrors“, Claude in „Hair“, Skalian in „Deep“, Lucentio in „Kiss Me Kate“, Dickon in „The Secret Garden“, Enjolras in „Les Miserables“, Johnny Stark in „Urinetown“, Narrator in „Blood Brothers“, Merkur in „Nicht von dieser Welt“, Pedrillo in „Die Entführung aus dem Serail“, Frederick in „Pirates of Penzance“ and many more. His voice can be heard in many cast-recordings and on TV, commercials, movies and film.