Martín Solá is a actor, singer, and teacher living in New York City. His passion for those disciplines has led him to balance his career in those three areas for more than 25 years. 



Martín is thrilled to return from Scotland! “Monica: This Play Is Not About Monica Lewinsky” made its WORLD PREMIERE at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer (2019). After a brief run at New York's 59E59 Theatre, Monica landed at the Greenside Venue's Forest Theater in Edinburgh and ran from August 2nd-August 17th. Martín played the role of Sam, Monica’s long-time partner.

The play follows a woman named Monica through a series of relationships. Jumping in time between the 80s and present day, we watch as Monica reckons with her past self and navigates the cost of intimacy in a culture that no longer values privacy. With a strong female protagonist at the helm, this play asks, how do we, personally and nationally, react to sex and scandal and how are men and women treated differently when the private becomes public?

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Martín is featured in the upcoming horror film “Ten Minutes to Midnight” that will be released in 2020.


On the eve of forced retirement, a violent hurricane traps veteran late night radio host Amy Marlowe and her uneasy staff at WLST while her mysterious new replacement shadows her every move.

Director: Erik Bloomquist

Writers: Erik Bloomquist, Carson Bloomquist

Stars: Caroline Williams, Nicole Kang, William Youmans


Martín has recently portrayed the role of Agustín Magaldi in Evita, directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge at Riverside Theater in Vero Beach Florida.


Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Tim Rice. Winner of 7 Tony Awards® including Best Musical, Evita is the passionate, exhilarating story of Eva Perón who used her charisma and charms to rise from her penniless origins to political power as the first lady of Argentina at the age of 27. Acclaimed and adored as a champion of the poor, her glamour, power and greed ended with her heart-breaking death at an early age. With an electrifying score of pop, jazz and Latin influences, Evita is filled with unforgettable Broadway numbers including its grand anthem, “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina.” 


The Orphan of Zhao


In 2018, Martín was in China where he played the roles of General Han Jue and retired Deputy Official Gongsun Chu-Jiu, in The Orphan of Zhao at the Beijing Music Festival.

Playwright: Ji Jun Xiang

Director: Chen Shi-Zheng

Script Adaptation: David Greenspan

Music and Lyrics: Stephin Merritt

On October 14, 2018 Chen's music theater The Orphan of Zhao, which premiered in 2003 at New York's Lincoln Center, finally received its first performance in Asia. Reimagining the beauty of Chinese classical drama through heavy Western aesthetics, this work evokes the essence of oriental aesthetics through minimalism, symbolism, and Western actors impersonating Chinese characters in English. Envisioning the two works as a double bill, BMF hopes to expand the exploration of "Chineseness", breaking through the barriers between the East and West, to discover new possibilities latent in traditional Chinese theatrical works, and to introduce Chinese audiences to works by outstanding Chinese artists from overseas.


In the summer of 2018, Martín portrayed the philandering peddler Ali Hakim in Oklahoma at The Ogunquit Playhouse, .


Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Bursts Onto the Ogunquit Playhouse Stage Just in Time to Celebrate its 75th Anniversary!

Ogunquit, ME — Rodgers and Hammerstein’s great American classic Oklahoma! bursts onto the Ogunquit Playhouse stage June 13 to July 7. The Playhouse is thrilled to create an exciting new production of this beloved classic as part of its 75th Anniversary since first opening on Broadway. This groundbreaking musical was Rodgers and Hammerstein's first collaboration, and in many ways their most innovative, having set standards for musical theatre that are still being followed today. The lively musical features the timeless classics, “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin',” “The Surrey with the Fringe On Top,” “I Cain't Say No,” “People Will Say We're in Love” and of course the triumphant “Oklahoma!”


“Now, with Oklahoma! celebrating its 75th Anniversary, it seemed the perfect time to bring this beloved classic to our stage. The Ogunquit Playhouse production will feature the original designs from Cameron Mackintosh’s London and Broadway revival of Oklahoma!, and Susan Stroman’s choreography, which will be tailored for our production by Susan Stroman’s Associate Ginger Thatcher. Our show will be helmed by Fred Hanson, who together with an outstanding cast will create a fresh, lively and exuberant Oklahoma!,” stated Executive Artistic Director Bradford Kenney.