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Don't Tell Mama

Jordan made his debut at Don't Tell Mama in How I Got My Card with The Benanti Group on Sunday, September 29. 

Invisible: a new musical at Feinstein's/54 Below!

On Labor Day 2019 (9/2), Jordan made his Feinstein's/54 Below debut AND his New York City performance debut performing as Chetwick Vandingwary in Invisible: a new musical. A role in which he has been playing for 4 years in Los Angeles has finally made its transfer to NYC. The concert/staged reading was directed by 3-time Tony Nominee Marc Kudisch and Jordan was honored to star alongside Krystina Alabado (currently Gretchen in Mean Girls on Broadway), Anthony Norman (The Prom on Broadway) and Dan Amerman (The OfficeArrested Development). 


View highlights of Jordan's performance that evening HERE

Stay updated for all things invisible HERE at

Making A Musical PODCAST

"Making a Musical" Podcast is a podcast created by the amazing Jennifer McHugh that is SOLELY following and pursuing the journey of Invisible. Interviews with myself (Episodes 1.4; 2.3), my fellow castmates, Marc Kudisch (director), T.J. Dawson (potential producer), and of course the real magic behind all of it: David Orris (Music & Lyrics) and David Hollingsworth (Book) sit down with Jenn and talk about their entire process. 

2 SEASONS. Check it out HERE

"Frozen: Live at the Hyperion"

For 3 1/2 wonderful years, Jordan had the pleasure of performing multiple roles in, as well as being a part of the opening cast of Frozen: Live at the Hyperion at Disney California Adventure.

Jordan had an amazing 6 months performing in the cast of "Castle Fantasy Faire" (aka Storytelling at the Royal Theatre) at the happiest place on earth (Disneyland)!


For 3 1/2 incredible years, Jordan had the honor of singing at the Disneyland Resort/Downtown Disney District year-round with Southern California's premiere a capella group, Westbeat.


Please give Westbeat a follow on Instagram HERE!


On Friday, May 17 and Sunday, May 19, 2019, Jordan sang with the South Coast Symphony in their "Broadway Stars of Tomorrow Concert". 

Jordan sang selections from  Sunday in the Park With GeorgeCarousel, and The Last Five Years.


Jan. 11-Feb. 10, 2019: Jordan made his McCoy Rigby Entertainment debut at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts under the direction of Glenn Casale in their production of 1776

"Jordan Goodsell is marvelous as Congress secretary Charles Thomson, who calls on each delegation for its vote, tallying the results on an impressive wooden tote board." - Cary Ginell of BWW Los Angeles


November 2018: Jordan was inducted into "Plaid Land" in the Norris Theatre's production of Forever Plaid.

This production was a "special - one weekend only" engagement. Unfortunately, it was not reviewed.

Hopefully, more productions of "Plaid" to come in the near future! The production was directed by "Masters of Plaid": Scottie Dreier & Kurtis Simmons.


Click the tab below to see a press release of the production!


  1. March-June 2017: Jordan performed as Anselmo in A Noise Within Theatre Company's production of Man of La Mancha in Pasadena.

  2. August-September of 2018: The production was incredibly successful and received by the critics and community alike; A Noise Within remounted the exact production with the majority of its same cast/crew, including Jordan.


The production was an absolute blast to do twice. Let's shoot for a third!

Critical Reception regarding Jordan's performance: 

  • "Standout soloists include Jordan Goodsell as Anselmo and Jeremy Rabb as Padre" - Dana Martin of Stage Raw

  • "The remaining play various integral roles as prisoners and in the play-within-the-play. Jordan Goodsell opens the first scene with his piercing vocals as Anselmo hanging up from a steel grid." - Gil Kaan of BroadwayWorld

Overall Critical Reception:

"Perfect! A stunning, modernistic, most entertaining take...Run, don't walk to see this" - Broadway World
" of the best shows in town" - Hollywood Progressive
"An extraordinary piece of theater that is beyond compare" - Tin Pan LA
"Wow! [An] edgy, contemporary rethinking...stunningly staged and strikingly redesigned" - StageSceneLA
"Daring...a crackling re-imagining" - South Pasadena Review


February-April 2018: Jordan was a part of the very special Los Angeles Premiere of ALLEGIANCE, starring George Takei, along with 6 other members of the Original Broadway Cast.


The production happened through East West Players, in association with the Japanese American Cultural Community Center (JACCC).

Critical Reception regarding Jordan's performance:

  • "Broadway-caliber triple-threats...Jordan Goodsell as an assortment of dastardly Hakujin...all shine, with Goodsell earning added kudos for crooning “With You” with silky 1940s pipes." - Steven Stanley of Stage Scene LA

  • "Throughout the period of the 40s America is represented by one private at arms who handles all the policing (a strong Jordan Goodsell)." - Don Grigware, Los Angeles Lead Critic of Broadway World

  • "Camp life is a heartbreaking, dehumanizing existence for all: communal, filthy bathroom facilities, limited food and supplies, lack of access to healthcare, and combative, unfeeling, and blatantly racist white military personnel charged with policing the camps (all personified by Jordan Goodsell, tasked to portray pretty much every white male that appears in the show, bless him)." - Michael L. Quintos of On Stage Blog


For all things Allegiance, please click on the tab below.


Jordan had the pleasure of Co-Starring alongside Rashida Jones and Hayes MacArthur on Season 3, Episode 3 ("Brockman Turner Overdrive") of Steve and Nancy Carell's Angie Tribeca.


Click on the tab below to watch Jordan's performance!


September-November 2017: Jordan played Max in the UMPO (Unauthorized Musical Parody of) HOCUS POCUS at the Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles.

Critical Reception regarding Jordan's performance:

  • "Jordan Goodsell plays the exceedingly sexually frustrated Max Dennison and thus gives a tremendously energetic and appropriately awkward performance. The object of Max’s affection is the “exposition at best” Allison, who is played by Ashley Argota. As Max and Allison, Goodsell and Argota share a spectacularly comical chemistry, and even show off their musical talent by simultaneously singing Green Day’s “Basket Case” and Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi.” The two turn the dial to eleven, underscoring the ludicrousness of their characters with a tongue-in-cheek quality that pulls us in for the side-splitting ride." - LA Excites

  • "Goodsell wins hearts as fish-out-of-water Max" - Steven Stanley of Stage Scene LA

There is a TON of video footage on YouTube of the show.


For a little snipbit, click the tab below!


June 26, 2017: Jordan made his solo cabaret debut at Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal in North Hollywood called, Into Love.


Click the tab below for a spectacular review of the evening by Lead Critic of BroadwayWorld - Los Angeles, Don Grigware.

​Additionally, Into Love was also nominated as "Best Cabaret (Small Venue)" for the 2017 awards.


August 2016: Jordan starred as Gaston in Beauty in the Beast at Broadway in the Park, Tustin for a special 5-day, one week only engagement. 

Click the tab below to read a review!

BROADWAY RADIO FEAT. JORDAN GOODSELL - ‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.4: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- He Is the Alpha and Omega of Good People

2017: "Broadway Radio" and "Some Like it Pop" have created a 6-part series about "The making of Invisible: the musical".


Episode 1.4 includes a wonderful and insightful interview with Jordan, "the David's" (writers of Invisible), and his co-starring colleagues Michale Thomas Grant, Dan Amerman, and Ashley Argota. 


Click on the tab below to listen OR click HERE to listen on iTunes!


2015-2017: Jordan originated and starred as the role of CHETWICK in the development of a new musical called Invisible (book by David Hollingsworth and music/lyrics by David Orris). 


Stay up to date with all things Invisible, as well as Jordan's involvement with it, by clicking the tab below!


November-December 2015: Jordan starred as George Bailey in It's A Wonderful Life: the musical at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Florida, through Prather Entertainment Group (PEG).

Click the tab below for a review!


June-August 2015: Jordan played Corny Collins in the Chance Theatre's production of Hairspray.

Critical Reception regarding Jordan's performance:

  • "Mr. Goodsell imbues Corny Collins with a good deal more humanity and a good deal less smarm than the way this character is typically played." - Bill Eadie of Talkin' Broadway

  • "In addition, sporting a brilliant tooth-paste smile and pristinely lacquered hair, Jordan Goodsell is appropriately charming and unctuous as small-time TV host “Corny Collins”. He shines presiding over “The Nicest Kids In Town” (which introduces his fresh-faced, strictly-Caucasian troupe,) then subsequently in the big title number." - BuckingTrends

  • "Other cast standouts include...the sarcastic Jordan Goodsell as wide-smiling TV host Corny Collins." - Michael L. Quintos of BroadwayWorld

  • "Jordan Goodsell pays engaging tribute to Dick Clark and his afterschool ilk as Corny Collins." - Steven Stanley of Stage Scene LA


October-November 2015: Jordan played the Founding Father (Ancestor) in 3-D Theatrical's production of The Addams Family starring Bronson Pinchot and Rachel York. 

Click the tab below to see a review of the show!


May-June 2015: Jordan played Enjolras in Stage Door Repertory's production of Les Miserables


July-September 2018: Jordan performed in the annual Pageant of the Masters as a Laguna Beach Boy! It was a "surfin' safari" blast!


For more information about the annual event, please click below!

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