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Jeffrey Hatcher See play(s)
Jeffrey Hatcher’s Broadway credits include: NEVER GONNA DANCE (book). Off-Broadway credits include: THREE VIEWINGS and A PICASSO at Manhattan Theatre Club; THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR at Red Bull Theater; SCOTLAND ROAD and THE TURN OF THE SCREW at Primary Stages; LUCKY DUCK (book w/ Bill Russell) at the New Victory Theater; TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE (w/ Mitch Albom) at the Minetta Lane Theatre; MURDER BY POE, THE TURN OF THE SCREW, and A CONNECTICUT YANKEE AT KING ARTHUR’S COURT at the Acting Company; TEN CHIMNEYS at Peccadillo Theater Company; NEDDY at American Place; and FELLOW TRAVELERS at Manhattan Punchline. Other theatre credits include: COMPLEAT FEMALE STAGE BEAUTY, MRS. MANNERLY, MURDERERS, MERCY OF A STORM, SMASH, ARMADALE, KORCZAK’S CHILDREN, WORK SONG (w/ Eric Simonson), TO FOOL THE EYE, SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SUICIDE CLUB, JEFFREY HATCHER’S HAMLET, THE SCARECROW AND HIS SERVANT, DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, THE CRITIC, HOLMES AND WATSON, and others at the Guthrie, the Old Globe, Yale Rep, the Geffen, Seattle Rep, Huntington Theatre Company, the Shakespeare Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, South Coast Rep, Arizona Theatre Company, San Jose Rep, the Empty Space, Indiana Rep, Children’s Theatre Company, History Theatre, Madison Rep, Intiman Theatre, Illusion Theater, Denver Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Milwaukee Rep, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Asolo Repertory Theatre, City Theater, Studio Arena, and dozens more in the US and abroad. FILM/TV: “Stage Beauty,” “Casanova,” “The Duchess,” “Mr. Holmes,” “The Good Liar,” “Columbo,” “Murder at the Cannes Film Festival,” and “The Mentalist.” GRANTS/AWARDS: NEA, TCG, Lila Wallace Fund, Rosenthal New Play Prize, Frankel Award, Charles MacArthur Fellowship Award, McKnight Foundation, Jerome Foundation, Barrymore Award (Best New Play), and the 2013 Ivey Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a member and/or alumnus of the Playwrights’ Center, the Dramatists Guild, the Writers Guild, and New Dramatists.
Barry Kleinbort See play(s)
Barry Kleinbort has worked as a director, composer, lyricist, and librettist, earning the prestigious Edward Kleban Foundation Award for Lyric Writing, two Gilman-Gonzalez Musical Theatre Commendations Award, the ASCAP/Jamie deRoy award for songwriting, the Second Stage Constance Klinsky musical theater award, two Back Stage Bistro awards, ten Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC) awards, and two Cable "Telly" awards for his efforts. He has also been a three-time finalist for the Fred Ebb Musical Foundation award. Mr. Kleinbort adapted and directed the New York premiere of Bob Merrill's musical THE PRINCE OF GRAND STREET starring Mike Burstyn for the Jewish Rep, and John Epperson’s well received autobiographical evening SHOW TRASH at the Studio Theater in Washington D.C. He wrote the book and lyrics for the musical WAS (based on Geoff Ryman’s cult classic with music by Joseph Thalken), which was the inaugural production of the American Music Theater Project in Chicago, and which has also been seen at the Human Race Theater in Dayton, Ohio. He wrote the incidental music and songs for the off-Broadway production of SECOND AVENUE by Allan Knee and the book, music and lyrics for ANGELINA, a musical based on "That Summer - That Fall" by Frank D. Gilroy. As librettist, he co-wrote with David Levy PERFECT HARMONY, a musical play about the lives of the Barry Sisters. His latest projects include providing the English songs (music and lyrics) for a bilingual musical revue called METROPOLITA(I)N (which has played successfully in both Paris and New York) and doing the book, music and lyrics for 13 THINGS ABOUT ED CARPOLOTTI, based on a play by Jeffrey Hatcher.