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Steven Bergman

Steven Bergman
Published plays: History (Brooklyn Publishers Winner in the 15-Minute category of the Sonoma County (CA) Rep's New Drama Works Scripts Competition (2003)), Rosie and the Teddy Bear, and Critic's Carnival (Brooklyn Publishers), The Guy Chair, Grieving Process and Cutting the Leash (JAC Publishing and Promotions). Recent performances: Next Season (Dragonfly Festival, Boston Provincetown Theatre Company, Provincetown, MA). Composer: Jack the Ripper: The Whitechapel Musical (CD available at CDBaby and all digital streaming platforms), The Curse of the Bambino (Lyric Stage Company of Boston, CD available at and Four Kisses. Musical Director: Disney's Beauty and the Beast (New Bedford Festival Theatre), Das Barbecu (New Repertory Theatre), Forum (American Stage Festival), the New England premieres of The Gig and When Pigs Fly (Lyric Stage Company), Personals, Tomfoolery (Actors Playhouse) and the world premiere of The Orphan Queen (Jewish Theatre of New England). Keyboardist: Nunsense Jamboree (national tour with Georgia Engel, CDDVD with Vicki Lawrence), as well as national tours of Sunday in the Park with George, Dreamgirls, Guys and Dolls, and Les Miserables. Mr. Bergman is a member of Theatre Communications Group and The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc., and teaches Drama and Music for the Dedham Public Schools in Massachusetts.

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