Musical Theater

Sam Salmond

Sam is a Jonathon Larson Award- winning composer, lyricist, and bookwriter.  He’s writing music and lyrics for an adaptation of Eighty-Sixed, which had a developmental reading at Second Stage Theatre and a workshop with Playwrights Horizons and Musical Theatre Factory. His musical Mother, Me and the Monsters (a Boston Globe Critic’s Pick) was produced at Barrington Stage. His children’s musical, The Dot is on a 2017 Theatreworks USA national tour. He wrote book and lyrics for Cage Match  (Prospect Theater Company). He’s the creator of Uncool: the Party (CAP21 and MTF). He’s also currently writing music and lyrics for The Homefront, about WWII female factory workers and a modern, queer musical adaptation of Frankenstein. Sam’s work has been featured at Lincoln Center, Ars Nova, Symphony Space, Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, The Town Hall and venues all around the country. He’s an alumnus of NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.

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