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Michael Blevins

Michael Blevins
Michael Blevins is originally from East Tennessee. He attended the University of North Carolina, majoring in Acting and Dance and continued his studies in the performing arts and writing at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Michael is an accomplished composer, lyricist and award winning published playwright with numerous titles to his credit.

Michael is the book-writer and co-author of music and lyrics for the new family musical Count To Ten ( which is an official selection of the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) 2009 and has played the 14th Street, Connelly and Hudson Guild Theaters in NYC. In addition to Count To Ten, which recently won the 2008 National Youth Theatre Award for Best New Musical, Blevins was commissioned to write the book, music, and lyrics for The Carol, a musical adaptation of the Dicken's Christmas classic that enjoyed a long, successful run at JCCT, the oldest continuing community theatre in the State of Tennessee. He is also the author of the Social Awareness Respect-Your-Body one-act play, aftermath ( published by Heuer and currently enjoying production by The Group Theatre Too, LLC ( touring through high schools and middle schools in the Northeast. Blevins is the author of several one-act plays to be performed by children most notably Kelly The Internet Goblins published by PLAYS, The Drama Magazine for Young People, and Suite Heart and Club Drama that will be included in a soon-to-be published book for young actors entitled Garage Plays. In addition, Michael also penned An American Sampler: 100 Years of Broadway Dance that was commissioned by the New Jersey Performing Arts Center for their state-wide Theatre Academy Program and The Broadway Kid a one-act musical vaudeville featuring the life, times and music of George M. Cohan. Blevins' newest full-length play, The Roundabout Inn enjoyed a successful run in the Spring of 2009 at the Centenary Stage Company YPW.

Blevins is no newcomer to theatre, having appeared in several Broadway productions including, Bring Back Birdie, with Donald OConnor and Chita Rivera, Neil Simon's Little Me with Victor Garber and James Coco and the Tony Winning Tap Dance Kid in which he created and originated the role of 'Winslow'. Major film roles include a cameo appearance in Woody Allen's Zelig, a supporting role in the screen biography Chaplin with Robert Downey Jr. and Diane Lane, yet he is most widely known for his portrayal of 'Mark' in the movie A Chorus Line, directed by Sir Richard Attenborough. Michael Blevins resides in Manhattan and is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Inc. He is represented by New York entertainment lawyer, Donald C. Farber, Esq. and Literary Agent, Jerry Rudes, of Mistral Artist Management, New York.

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