About Me

Kenneth Galm is an award-winning actor, singer, and musician based in West Hartford, Connecticut. He played the role of Tobias Ragg in Sweeney Todd at The Connecticut Repertory Theatre where he received rave reviews and a Connecticut Critics Circle award for “Best Debut Performance”. He also worked with Broadway veterans such as Terrance Mann, Andréa Burns, Liz Larsen, and Ed Dixon.

 

Kenneth completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Western Connecticut State University in May of 2021. He received training from Jeremy Powell, Tim Howard, Sal Trapani, Justin Cowan, Elizabeth Parkinson, Scott Wise, and Mary Ann Lamb.

 

Throughout his time at WCSU, Kenneth has played many roles. Highlights include Henrik in A Little Night Music, Cousin Kevin in The Who’s Tommy, and a World Premiere Production of UBU - An Absurdist Immersive Gran Guignol Musical.

 

Kenneth has always been fascinated and engaged with all aspects of the theatre from directing to scenic design. Kenneth is also a songwriter and is currently working on his debut album.

 

Kenneth is excited to see what the future holds and is looking forward to bringing his talents to New York.

Press

"Kenneth Galm is wide-eyed and full of energy. He shows off a gorgeous tenor voice in each of his numbers, but especially in the heartfelt "Not While I'm Around"."

Broadway World, Sweeney Todd

“This young actor, sandwiched in between brilliant performances by Terrence Mann and Liz Larsen, made “Not While I’m Around” a showstopper."

 The Westfield News, Sweeney Todd

"This very talented actor is a graduate of the Ensign-Darling Fellowship at the Bushnell and it showed in his vocal performance."

Patch Mansfield, Sweeney Todd

"Kenneth Galm is a slightly sad and innocent Tobias, singing "Not While I'm Around" touchingly to Larsen's Mrs. Lovett, though, by the conclusion, he is nearly as haunted and scary as the title character."

Talkin Broadway, Sweeney Todd

"Henrik, who is pious but confused, was convincingly played by WCSU junior and tenor Kenneth Galm"

Patch Naugatuck, A Little Night Music