Tony Vo is an actor and a Drama Desk Nominated musician based in New York City. He is a second generation Vietnamese American originally from Boulder, CO.
Select theater credits include New York Stage & Film, Naked Angels, Pan Asian Rep, The Bushwick Starr, Vertigo Theater, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and The Hangar Theater. Select Workshops/Readings include New York Theater Workshop, The Lincoln Center, Ensemble Studio Theater, Ma-Yi Theater, Soho Rep, The Lark, Prospect Theater, Cape Cod Theater Project and Naked Angels. Film/TV: Comedy Central. He studied theater at Ithaca College and the National Theater Institute at The Eugene O’Neill Center.
A large part of his creative outlet is being a founding member and musician of the folk band/theater company, The Lobbyists. Within the group, Tony writes songs, sings, and is a multi-instrumentalist where he plays drums, percussion, guitar, and banjo. The group has performed at some of NYC’s hottest venues including Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, Mercury Lounge, Ars Nova, The Bitter End, and Rockwood Music Hall to name a few. Alongside his bandmates, The Lobbyists were nominated for a 2016 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music in a Musical, SeaWife. SeaWife was developed in collaboration with Seth Moore, Liz Carlson, and had its world premiere Off-Broadway with Naked Angels in partnership with the South St. Seaport Museum, in the summer of 2015. SeaWife recently had its regional theater premiere in Nantucket, MA in the summer of 2017 with White Heron Theater Company.
In addition to being a performer, Tony is also a web designer. He founded his web design company TiVo Designs in 2016 and specializes in portfolios for artists and websites for small businesses and organizations.