Preston is excited to join the talented cast and creative team with the new broadway musical production of Woody Allen's Bullets over Broadway
scheduled for March 2014 at the St. James Theatre in New York City. Most recently Preston performed in the new broadway production of Big Fish
at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York City directed by Susan Stroman.
Previously, Preston was cast in Jersey Boys
as Bob Gaudio on the first national broadway tour seen in Americas and Canada's greatest cities. Preston played the role of the Monster in the first national tour of Young Frankenstein
the Musical by Mel Brooks He replaced Shuler Hensley after understudying the role and performing in the ensemble.
He is a member of the Actors Equity Association and a graduate of the College Conservatory of Music (CCM), University of Cincinnati. At CCM he was seen in the Pajama Game (Sid Sorokin), The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King), Wonderful Town (Wreck), Cabaret (Ernst Lugwig), Little Women (John Brooke), Crazy for You (Moose), Brigadoon (Angus MacGuffie) and SideShow (Roustabout). He performed with the Cincinnati POPS and was in the original cast recording of Don't Look Down premiered at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
He has performed at the St. Louis MUNY in Les Miserables (Grantaire), Singing In The Rain (Beautiful Girl Tenor), Oklahoma (Slim), Annie Get Your Gun, Oliver, Peter Pan and Aida. At the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City he performed in Singing In The Rain (Beautiful Girl Tenor).
He perfomed in Working at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was a National Award winner in Classical Voice, Honorable Mention in Popular Voice and Merit Award winner in Musical Theatre with the prestigious National Foundation for Advancement of the Arts (NFAA). As a National NFAA Finalist Preston had the honor to work with Placido Domingo.
In addition to his love of the theatre Preston is an avid outdoor enthusiast where as a Minnesota boy he grew up skiing, fishing, camping and playing hockey.