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Douglas Cohen

Douglas Cohen

Douglas Cohen received the 2010 Fred Ebb Award for Musical Theatre Songwriting and won two Richard Rodgers Awards for writing book, music, and lyrics for Now Way to Treat a Lady (produced twice off-Broadway resulting in productions worldwide; published by Samuel French) and The Gig (Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, Goodspeed, York Theatre Company concert, Sacramento Music Circus; also published by Samuel French). Mr. Cohen is the composer/lyricist of The Big Time (book by Douglas Carter Beane) which debuted at the NYMF Festival. Nominated for a 2005 Drama Desk Award (Outstanding Lyrics, Children's Letters to God), he penned co-book, music, and lyrics for The Opposite of Sex (Williamstown Theatre Festival) and received a Jonathan Larson Grant for composing Barnstormer, which has recently been optioned for New York. His latest musical is Nine Wives with collaborator Dan Elish which recently received a reading in New York produced by Larry Hirschhorn and starring Heidi Blickenstaff and Sarah Stiles. Doug contributed songs to the off-Broadway hit, Boozy, developed and directed by Tony nominee, Alex Timbers. His new play, Lovely Send Anywhere, has been developed at the Lark Play Development Center and received a reading in October 2012 starring Santino Fontana and Condola Rashad and helmed by Dan Knechtges (Lysistrate Jones).


Samuel French Titles by Douglas Cohen