Merchant of Venice
How To Succeed In Business...
Barbara Mertes Center
Trevor loved playing the role of J. Peirrepont Finch in "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." It was his first time being the lead in a musical and showed him that he has all the tools to carry a show. It will always hold a special place in his heart.
One of Trevor's favorite parts of the show, was getting to slide down a ladder backstage from the top to bottom floor to make his second entrance on stage.
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One Matinee there was an accidental collision during Be Our Guest and Trevor's plate hand shattered center stage!
Marian Theatre PCPA
Trevor very much enjoyed getting to be part of the PCPAs' production of Beauty and the Beast. Getting to work side by side with his Teachers on stage was a real treat.
Beauty And The Beast
Voices In Our Head
Trevor created a three person cabaret called "Voices In Our Heads" where he and his two close friends got to work on a compilation of some of their favorite songs. While shedding light on the fact that we all have had times we have second guessed ourselves, and have had to make tough decisions. However despite the voice in our heads if we stay true to ourselves, we can keep growing towards who we are supposed to be.
March 1st 2017
Trevor made his entrance into this show from a classroom closet!
May 18-20 2017
PCPA: Severson Theatre
Trevor loved working on Launcelot in PCPA's production of "The Merchant of Venice." The director was very keen on the improvisatory nature of the role and encouraged that in Trevor's performance.
Which lead to a lot of fun moments between him and the audience!
In an improvised moment on stage Trevor sat on the lap of a lucky audience member.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored
Sierra Repertory Theatre
This was Trevor's first professional show after he graduated from PCPA! And Joseph, funnily enough, was Trevor's first community theater show at age 11 when he appeared in the children's chorus. So it really came full circle that it was his first show working towards his Equity card.
To prepare for show Trevor and some of the other brothers would each do fifty push ups before entering the stage.
Next To Normal
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
Spring of 2018
Trevor had the pleasure of being Gabe in Next to Normal. One of his all time favorite shows, and this show in particular was one of his favorite theatre experiences thus far. Getting to sing songs that he has sung in his car since he was in high school, on stage and getting to tell the full story was a dream come true.
Trevor received great reviews for his performance, here is one.
After the show, Trevor ended up dating the girl who played his sister Natalie in Next to Normal.
"Gabe, who must a) be every mother’s dream son (and occasional demon) and b) reach sky-high notes with effortless ease, March not only meets both challenges, he adds heartbreaking emotional notes to the older sibling’s final scenes, all of the above adding up to the most memorable of the eight Gabes I’ve seen."
- Stage Scene LA
"The interpretation of long-haired Davey from Trevor March is littered with hilarity, a young man swallowed whole by life – be it his damaged bicycle, his head being used as target practice or his horrid plan which involves an orange cat and shoe polish." - David John Chavez
The Lieutenant of Inishmore
San Jose Stage Company
Trevor had a feckin good time getting to work on this dark Irish comedy by Martin Mcdonagh. Nailing down a western Irish accent proved to be a lot of fun, and getting to sport around a mullet was just a cherry on the top.
Trevor had to shower after every show, because by the end of the play he was sitting in ten gallons of fake blood.
The Genesis Opera
December 1st 2018
The idea of this project was to take direct quotes from the Bible and set them to a score of music to tell the story of Genesis.
Though Trevor has had past experience with Rock-Operas, this was his first proper Opera.
Playing Cain was an eye opening experience into seeing the so often villainized character through human eyes.
Trevor had an unplanned minute long death scene in one of the live performances due to technical difficulties.
Pirates of Penzance
The Glendale Center Theater
March - April 2019
Throughout this process Trevor fell in love with the farcical nature of this show. He and his cast found countless bits and extra fun moments durring there time as pirates and policmen.
There was a 30 second to 2 minute bit added after the second Policemen song where the Police Sargent ripped off Trevor's fake mustache, breaking the fourth wall and creating a shtick of "the falling off mustache" that lasted the rest of the show.
April - June 2019
At SLO Rep
Hello Dolly! Is such a pure and beautiful show. Getting to be Cornelius reminded Trevor how precious life is, to seize the day, to make the time to have fun, and to treasure every moment.
The mission on this show was-
"Love is out there for those who are willing to risk for it"