Bill Rosenfield is an American playwright who is currently living in London. In addition to Bridal Terrorism (published by Samuel French), his plays include Let Me (Asolo Theatre - Unplugged Series), True Fans (Blank Theatre, Los Angeles, Living Room Series), 46 Beacon (Above the Stag Theatre Reading, London). His other plays include: Sunshine & Shadow, The Last Supper, and Spark. He has won a Richard Rodgers Award as well as the Henric Theatre One Act Play Festivial Award. He has written many special events such as The Players Club Centennial Gala at the Shubert Theatre in New York, A Gala Tribute to Hal Prince at the Kravis Center in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, and the 2012 Drama Desk Awards. In a previous life he was responsible for over 65 original cast recordings which earned over 30 Grammy nominations. For his work in the recording industry he has recieved 2 Drama Desk Awards as well as the Governor's Award from the SDC. He recieved a degree in Dramatic Literature from Hofstra University where he studied under Howard Siegman. He began his career as the office boy for Edgar Lansbury & Joseph Beruh, before spending 2 years in the Play Department at the New York Shakespeare Festival. He moved to London with his partner in June of 2002.