DAVID SIMPATICO is a playwright, librettist and performance artist whose work has been presented at major theatres around the globe, including London’s Hammersmith Apollo, Lincoln Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the New York Shakespeare Festival. Career highlights include: the stage adaptation of High School Musical (Disney Theatricals); The Life and Death(s) of Alan Turing (full-length opera; Justine Chen, composer; commissioned by American Lyric Theatre); The Screams of Kitty Genovese ( music drama, Will Todd, composer); and the libretto for Pulitzer Prize-winner Aaron J. Kernis’ Garden Of Light (NY Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall, conducted by Kurt Masur).

He lives deep in the woods of Rhinebeck NY with his husband Robert Strickstein, and wonder-dog, Elmo.

Photo of David by Charles Chessler

Representation:
Elaine Devlin Literary, Inc.
411 Lafayette St.,6th floor, New York, New York 10003, United States
(212) 842-9030elaine@edevlinlit.com

https://edevlinlit.com



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