Noah Budin is a singer, songwriter, recording artist, performer, actor, storyteller, educator and program director.
In addition to recording CDs of original music and performing concerts around the country, Noah is the full-time Director of Activities for Stone Gardens, the Assisted Living Residence at the Menorah Park Center for Senior Living in Cleveland, OH where he facilitates, implements and runs entertainment and educational programs for senior adults.
Noah was a performer/educator on the roster of Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland for eight years, performing assemblies, giving workshops, and becoming an Artist-in-Residence in schools across Northeastern Ohio.
In the 1980’s and 90’s Noah was a member of the Chicago based a capella music and comedy group “Four Guys Standing Around Singing.” The Four Guys toured the country playing college campuses (where they won Entertainer of the Year several years in a row in their category from the National Associatiation of Campus Activities), state fairs and summer fesitivals, and Catch A Rising Star clubs in New York, Chicago, Boston, and Las Vegas. They opened for or headlined with acts such as Rich Little, The Gatlin Brothers, Jerry Seinfeld, Chubby Checker, Gary Puckett, Janeane Garofalo, The Amazing Johnathan, and the band Chicago.
Noah was a member of the cast of Cleveland’s longest running hit show “Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding” at the Hanna Theater for over one and a half years, played the role of Lazar Wolf in Cain Park’s highly acclaimed production of “Fiddler on the Roof,” appeared as Ira Zimmer in the Mandel Jewish Community Center’s critically acclaimed production of “Brooklyn Boy,” as Speed in “The Odd Couple” for the Fairmount Performing Arts Conservatory, as Bellomy in "The Fantastiks" and as Charlie in "Death of a Salesman" both at the French Creek Theater in Avon, Ohio. Noah also stars as Marvin in the short film "Technically, Marvin" produced by g2h Productions.
Noah has released two CDs of original music, Hallelujah Land: Songs of Faith and Freedom and Metaphor, and published a songbook with 22 of his original songs from the CDs.