I’d rather be nine people’s favorite thing, than a hundred people’s ninth favorite thing
— [title of show]

  A native Minnesotan, Bradley ventured out east to study musical theater at Carnegie Mellon University.  ('03)  Bradley returned to the Twin Cities after college, and found a home on the Mcknight Stage at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Chanhassen Dinner Theater and St. Paul's History Theatre.  After a wonderful run in MN, Bradley ventured out to NYC and has worked regionally for the last 15 years.  Favorite theaters include American Heartland Theatre (Kansas City) Gem Theatre (Detroit) Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Maltz Jupiter (FLA) Lyric Theater of Oklahoma, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Mountain Playhouse (PA) and Theatre Aspen (CO). New York brought along a slew of new adventures in music, pairing up with some of his favorite Singer/Songwriters Merideth Kaye Clark, Jenn Grinels, and Hannah Cranton in live performances all around the city. Concert venues also include Joe’s Pub and 54 Below performing alongside Heather Brorsen (Avenue Q), and longtime CMU friend Rory O’Malley (Book of Mormon), conducted and directed by the incomparable Stephen Oremus.
Bradley made his return to the Twin Cities recently, marking his debut as Musical Director at Lyric Arts Theatre with Plaid Tidings, and again this past Holiday Season with Winter Wonderettes.    The Musical Director path continued for Bradley where he happily found himself both music directing and performing in the world premiere workshop Pansy Craze  (written by Max Wojtanowicz and Michael Gruber) for the NEXT Festival at Theatre Latte Da.  Most recently he ventured into the collegiate theater world, Music Directing [Title of Show] at Normandale Community College. Bradley also works as a Commercial, Print and Voiceover Actor out of the Twin Cities, and is a member of SAG/AFTRA as well as AEA.