Librettist and co-lyricist Ted Sod has been dramaturg for the education department at Roundabout since 2002. WRITING: Papa’s Prince, The Cousins Grimm (The Bailiwick Rep/Chicago; readings at NYMF, York Theatre and Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center); 27, Rue de Fleurus (Urban Stages, NYC/Published by Samuel French); Satan and Simon Desoto (Cal Arts Theatre School/Published by Heinemann/made into the film Crocodile Tears); The Lost Art of Conversation (Readings at Theatre for the New City, Abingdon Theatre Company/NYC and Lavender Footlights/Miami). ACTING: "Bored To Death", "Nurse Jackie", "Ugly Betty"; all three "Law and Orders", "Life Itself", "Premium Rush", "Mania Days", "Frank vs. God". Tour of Aftermath in Europe, US and Australia. Urge for Going (Public Theatre). DIRECTING: The Ocean All Around Us (Portland Center Stage); How To Be A Good Italian Daughter In Spite of Myself, (Cherry Lane Theatre); Blood Type: Ragu (Actors’ Playhouse); By Jupiter (York Theatre Co.); Agnes of God, A Night In Tunisia, Talley’s Folly, Wit and numerous touring productions (George Street Playhouse); Fitting In and Homecoming (Seattle Repertory Theatre). TEACHING: He has been on the teaching artist roster for The New Victory Theatre since 2002. He has taught workshops and residencies for Theatre for A New Audience, TDF, Seattle Repertory Theatre (where he was Artist-in-Residence and Director of Education from 1993-1998); and George Street Playhouse (where he was Artistic Associate/Director of Education from 1998-2001).