Legacy Project

Legacy Project

American Theater’s most exciting and esteemed writers together in conversation – watch as current and established creators share their struggles, triumphs, and advice, and get an intimate glimpse into their creative process.


The Legacy Project interviews bring us into writers’ homes to see the very places where some of their most beloved works came to life. Revealing the origins of famous songs, delving into relationships with their mentors – writers tell stories that they have never told before. These are candid, no-holds-barred discussions on the struggles of the craft and the triumphs of successes, allowing the true individual behind the fame to emerge. The Legacy Project producers include Nancy Ford, Carol Hall, Peter Ratray and Jonathan Reynolds. The interviews are filmed and directed by Jeremy Levine and Landon Van Soest of Transient Pictures. Leonard Majzlin serves as Media Advisor to DGF. The Legacy Project was originally conceived by Jonathan Reynolds.

You can purchase the 10-DVD boxed sets of Volume I for $200.00 each (plus $12.00 for shipping/handling).

The Legacy Project: Volume III is now available to the public on YouTube thanks to support from Roe Green & The Roe Green Foundation.

Select episodes from The Legacy Project are now available on iTunes.

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