Jill Santoriello is the award-winning author of the 2008 Broadway musical A Tale of Two Cities, which received several Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations including Outstanding New Musical. The sold-out 2012 Korean production of Tale received 9 Korean Musical Award nominations including one for Best Foreign Musical. The show had its Japanese premiere in Tokyo in 2013 and its English premiere in 2014. The show has had multiple productions in Canada, Germany, Wales, Ireland and Scotland as well as across the United States. Ms. Santoriello's new songs "One More Time" and "As Long As I Have You" can be seen on YouTube. Ms. Santoriello recently co-wrote the song "Riding A White Horse" with Oscar and Pulitzer Prize winner, John Patrick Shanley, for Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project. The double CD, book and e-book, which will benefit breast cancer research, was released on May 8. In 2009, Ms. Santoriello wrote and executive produced the PBS special A Tale of Two Cities – In Concert and the show’s International Studio Cast Recording, available in stores and online. A self-taught musician (piano), Ms. Santoriello has a degree in journalism from Ohio University. Her current project is "It Happened in Key West" (keywestmusical.com), a romantic comedy musical based on the unbelievable true story of a love affair that defied death. Future project include a musical adaptation of the NY Times best seller Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. Please visit the website: www.jillsantoriello.com and www.ataleof2cities.com.