Rob recently starred as "Jack Singer", opposite Tony Danza, in
Jason Robert Brown's new musical, Honeymoon in Vegas. After much critical acclaim at the Paper Mill Playhouse,
the show is coming to Broadway! For Tickets and Information, Click Here.
Previews begin November 18th at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
For Photos from the Paper Mill Production, Click Here.
For Video Highlights from the Paper Mill Production, Click Here.
This Summer, Rob McClure returns to the St. Louis MUNY to play
Gomez Addams in The Addams Family & Cornelius Hackl in Hello, Dolly!
For Tickets and Information, Click Here.
Rob reunites with his long time friends, Kevin and Joe Jonas, for a fun and interactive evening with fans. Rob will serve as host and moderator as the fans are let in on never-before-seen photos, home movies, stories and games. The live audience will also be given the opportunity to have an exclusive Q&A with these Pop Music Superstars as they go "OFF THE RECORD". Are you a JOBRO Fan? Do you have a question for Kevin or Joe? Tweet your question (or a video of you asking it) to Rob! @RobMcClure Planning to attend and have a question you want to ask live? Tweet your question and which show you'll be attending for a chance to come up Onstage and ask them YOURSELF! @RobMcClure
Rob guest stars as "Doug Hemmill" on the hit CBS primetime crime drama Person of Interest. As a huge fan of the television show LOST, Rob is thrilled to work for executive producer J.J. Abrams along side actors Michael Emerson and Nestor Carbonell, as well as Jim Caviezel and Sarah Shahi.
For Pictures from the Episode, Click Here.
To watch the Complete Episode (Most Likely To...S3 Ep19), Click Here.
Rob McClure stars in a new short film entitled Recursion which is picking up awards at Film Festivals across the country. It is Directed by Tony & Olivier Award Nominee Sam Buntrock (Sunday in the Park..) and is Produced by Tony Nominee Antonio Marion (Big Fish, Evita). For more information visit www.recursionthefilm.com or follow Recursion on Twitter @recursionfilm.
For a teaser trailer, Click Here. For behind the scenes sneak peeks, Click Here.
Update: Rob was named Best Actor by the QueensWorld Film Festival.
For his performance in Chaplin, Rob was nominated for a 2013 Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical.
After seeing a performance of Chaplin, The Musical, acclaimed artist Peter Max was inspired to paint a portrait of Rob as "Chaplin". He presented it to Rob on Friday, May 17th, 2013 at his studio in Manhattan.