Luke Halferty is a versatile actor and singer who recently originated the role of Albion Freeman in the world premiere of Storming Heaven: The Musical at West Virginia Public Theatre. He has been seen in A Musical Christmas Carol as Young Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, and in Titanic, The Full Monty and Brigadoon with Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. Luke also recently took the stage at the Public in Pittsburgh as Guildenstern in Hamlet. Other recent credits include Aaron in the musical First Date, and dozens of roles in the madcap comic thriller The 39 Steps, both with the CLO. 

Luke has worked with PICT Classic Theatre in their production of The Merchant of Venice as Bassanio and in the Scottish Play as Malcolm. He made his Playhouse REP debut in Of Mice and Men as Curley. Luke has had the pleasure of working at the Saint Vincent Summer Theater in Too Many Cooks and Jeeves in Bloom. 

The Pittsburgh, PA native is a graduate of Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts with a BFA in Acting and a minor in Musical Theater. Some of Luke's Point Park Conservatory credits include Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, the Musical, Jud Fry in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, directed by Broadway and screen veteran Patrick Cassidy, Henry Clay in the raucous Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and Reverend Parris  in Arthur Miller's The Crucible.

Luke is a proud member of Actors Equity Association, the union of American stage actors and stage managers.


 Luke as Jud Fry in Point Park's production of Oklahoma! 

Luke as Aaron in CLO's First Date.

As Charles Lightoller in Titanic, the Musical.

In multiple roles in The 39 Steps

at CLO Cabaret. 

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