In the “Theatre World”
In 2017, he received two Jeff Award nominations for “Actor in a Principal Role – Musical” – winning for his work as the title character in Griffin Theatre’s Bat Boy: The Musical.
Henry most recently played Harry Bailey in Theatre at the Center’s A Wonderful life: The Musical.
Last fall he joined the cast of Grease at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City.
He spent this summer in Door County, Wisconsin at Peninsula Players where he played the title role in Peter and the Starcatcher and Michael in The Bridges of Madison County.
Early this year he played Bobby Strong in BoHo Theatre’s Urinetown. He was also featured in a Co-Star role on Season 5, Episode 13 of Chicago Fire.
In 2016, he played the title character in Griffin Theatre’s Bat Boy: The Musical, and Link Larkin in Paramount Theatre’s production of Hairspray. He was also featured as one of the “New Faces” in Porchlight Theatre’s New Faces Sing Broadway: 1972.
In 2015, Henry played Lucas Beineke in the Joseph Jefferson Award winning production of The Addams Family. He also performed in Big Fish, All Shook Up, and Spamalot at Theatre at the Center.
In 2014 he appeared as Sir Lionel in Camelot at Drury Lane Oakbrook, and Tommy Ross in Bailiwick Chicago’s production of Carrie: the Musical.
Other professional Chicago credits include Emerald City and First Stage’s production of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Musical at the Broadway Playhouse and Circle Theatre’s Edges.
He is an alumni of the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University where graduated with Honors with a BFA in Musical Theatre.
Henry was born in Rhode Island, but moved to Illinois at a young age. When he is not onstage you can most likely find him spending time with friends, playing sports, working out, reading, watching tv, or riding his bike. He has a miniature dachshund named Sweetpea who he loves more than most humans. He loves traveling, going on adventures, camping, and just about everything involved with being outdoors. He also loves to cook and build things.