Tom Megan and Jack Megan photo by Joshua Lavine

Book by Tom and Jack Megan
Music and Lyrics by Tom Megan
Additional Music and Lyrics by Jack Megan

TOM MEGAN (Book, Music, Lyrics) Tom has created and collaborated on many original musicals including A Vision, Jack, Sea Change, A Town Called Civility, and Surviving Ophelia. His work has been seen at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, Playwrights Horizon, the Eugene O’Neill National Music Theater Conference, New Tuner’s Theatre in Chicago, Sacred Fools Theatre in West Hollywood, and Boston Music Theatre Project. Excerpts from A Vision, his musical about W.B. Yeats were presented at the Irish Repertory Theater’s “Yeats Project” in 2009. He is recipient of the Yip Harburg Award, several ASCAP awards, a grant from the National Institute for Musical Theater and along with brother Jack, the 2013 Richard Rodgers Award and the 2013 American Harmony Prize. Tom is a graduate of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Program and a member of the Dramatist Guild. Highlights from other shows are at:

JACK MEGAN (Book, and additional Music and Lyrics) Over the past twenty years, Jack has co-written and composed several musicals including A Crease In The Clock, Monopoly, and The Duchess of Pleasant Hill. The Kid Who Would Be Pope, a collaboration with brother Tom, was a Next Link production at the 2011 New York Musical Theater Festival and was awarded the 2013 Richard Rodgers Award and the 2013 American Harmony Prize. Jack is Director of the Office for the Arts at Harvard University, which oversees and supports the activities of 3,000 student artists and faculty. Previously he served as director of development of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and was Executive Director of the Longy School of Music in Cambridge.


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