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Jeffrey Haddow

Jeffrey Haddow

Jeffrey Haddow is a 2009 winner of the BMI Harrington Award for Creative Achievement. His Sense & Sensibility The Musical (book and lyrics, with composer Neal Hampton) will be the final production of the Denver Theatre Center’s 2012-13 season.  With John Driver, Mr. Haddow co-authored the musical revue, Scrambled Feet, which ran two years Off-Broadway, was produced as a Showtime TV special starring Madeline Kahn, and is published by Samuel French.  He is co-author (also with Mr. Driver) of the play, Chekhov in Yalta, which had its world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum in L.A., won a Los Angeles Drama Critics Distinguished Playwriting Award, was also published by Samuel French, and was produced as a TV special starring Tom Courtenay. Other produced plays include Ducks (Musical Theatre Works), Thin Ice (WPA Theatre), Scully & Royce (Detroit Repertory Company), and The Drunken Boat (Circle Repertory Co.). Current projects include At the Back of the North Wind (book and co-lyrics with Thomas Tierney), a family musical based on the 19th-century novel by George MacDonald; Get Happy! (co-book with Sam Scalamoni, co-lyrics with Thomas Tierney), a new stage version of the MGM musical Summer Stock; and The Year of Living Dangeously (book and co-lyrics with composer Mr. Tierney), a musical adaptation of the novel by Christopher Koch.  Mr. Haddow is a graduate of Northwestern University and a member of the Dramatists Guild and the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. 


Samuel French Titles by Jeffrey Haddow