Tony Sportiello (Book) – Tony has written more than two dozen stage plays, and has been produced all over the world, including London, Russia, Finland and China. He has two scripts in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, Contract Time and National Pastime. He is published in Samuel French. He has produced the Off Broadway shows Sessions, The Devil and Billy Markham, An Evening at the Carlyle and National Pastime. He was the Artistic Director of Madison Avenue Theater, The WorkShop and Algonquin Theater Productions. He is married to actress Kelli Maguire and is the devoted (and exhausted) father of Antonia Jacqueline Sportiello.
Albert M. “Al” Tapper (Music/Lyrics) wrote his first musical at the age of 20 while attending Boston University. Since then he has written special material for regional productions, has produced two albums of his own songs, composed five musicals, the ballet The Seduction of Bathsheba, a rhapsody Rhapsody on the 19th Floor, and a capriccio. He has written two straight plays, four books, and produced two documentary films. Al Tapper was born in Worcester, MA and currently resides in Boca Raton, FL and New York City. He is a member of the Dramatists’ Guild of America and a member of ASCAP (American Society of Composers and Publishers). Further information can be found at his website: www.amtentertainment.com.
David Wolfson (Original Orchestrations) has worked as music director, composer, orchestrator, arranger, pianist, copyist and synthesizer programmer for performances in venues ranging from Broadway theatres to elementary school cafeterias. He has served as music director and arranger for numerous regional and Off-Broadway productions, including Al Tapper’s An Evening at the Carlyle, and has played in the pits of over twenty-five Broadway shows, including Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Mary Poppins, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Young Frankenstein. To hear David’s original music, please visit: www.davidwolfsonmusic.net.