(Vocal Coach) has been referred to by the New York Post as “the go-to voice coach for pint-size triple threats.” He recently starred in a reality show based on his coachings called The Next Big Thing on Oxygen. Besides vocal coaching, his concert work includes Our Hit Parade, Trapper’s Greatest Hits, The Molly Pope Show, and Bridget Everett’s We’ve Got Tonight (Time Out New York’s pick for Top Cabaret Show of the year). Additional highlights include music directing Arts Horizons’ Tribute to Paul Simon (with Paul himself in attendance), and music directing and producing Jay Kuo and Blair Shepard’s It Gets Better. He is also dedicated to his charitable work including benefits for The Point Foundation, GLAAD, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS,The Human Rights Campaign, Susan G. Komen for a Cure, United Cerebral Palsy,The Make-a-Wish Foundation, and the LA Gay and Lesbian Center. Trapper has been seen on The Today Show and Nightline, and he has been filmed for E! and the Oprah Women’s Network and profiled in the New York Post and the New York Times. Trapper founded LA’s Upright Cabaret with Shane Scheel and Chris Isaacson where he performed with the best talent in stage and screen.