Martín Solá currently appears in Gloria and Emilio Estefan's new Broadway production of "On Your Feet" at The Marquis Theater. He made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award winning revival of "The King and I" starring Lou Diamond Phillips and Donna Murphy. Additional Broadway credits include Baz Luhrmann’s production of Puccini’s "La Bohème" and "Coram Boy". He has also appeared as Hakim in "Fanny" and Esteban in "Pipe Dream" with the prestigious City Center Encores. Martín created the role of Dimodeo for the world premiere of Michael John LaChuisa's "Giant" at the Public Theater, and he was a member of the 2014 Composer-Librettist Studio at The New Dramatists.
Regional credits include The Shakespeare Theater in DC, The Kennedy Center, The Goodspeed Opera House, The Signature Theater, The Sundance Theater Lab, The Banff Centre, Theater by the Sea, California Musical Theater, The Two River Theater, as well as the National Tour of The King and I.
In addition to his vast theater experience, Martín has ventured onto the pops concert stage. One of his most thrilling experiences as a performer was his Carnegie Hall debut in 2008. He was a featured artist along side Lilias White and Christianne Noll with the New York Pops, under the baton of Maestro Constantine Kistsopoulos for the popular Bernstein Festival. Martín has also made numerous television appearances singing for the international recording artist, Andrea Bocelli, and in 2014 he became a member of the award winning male singing quartet Teatro.
Along with his passion for singing, Martín has an equal passion for acting. He was a member of the distinguished Shakespeare Lab at The Public Theater in 2012, and played the lead role of Emilio in the off-Broadway, world premiere of Rogelio Martinez’s play “All Eyes and Ears”, directed by Eduardo Machado with INTAR. In 2014, Martín was nominated for Best Actor in a Play by Broadwayworld.com for his portrayal of Luís Trescante in "Olives and Blood" at Connecticut Repertory Theater.
Martín starred in the award winning independent film short “Sabado Morning”, written and directed by Puerto Rican film maker Ramon Ricard; he was cast in the feature film "13", by director Géla Babluani, and in 2013 he made his episodic television debut as a Secret Service Agent on the CBS primetime show “Hostages”.