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About Mom! The Musical

 

 

Judy FreedJudy Freed (Book) is an award-winning librettist whose work has been recognized by the National Music Theater Conference, the Midwest Theatre Network and the American Alliance for Theatre & Education. Audiences have seen her plays and musicals performed in London, New York, California, Washington and throughout the Midwest. Musicals include Emma & Company (named a "theatrical highlight of 2001" by Back Stage); Sleepy Hollow (developed at the ASCAP/Disney Musical Theater Workshop and produced throughout the Midwest); Through the Door (presented at London's Trafalgar Studios); and Somebody Else's Troubles (featuring the songs of Grammy-winning songwriter Steve Goodman). Judy is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Inc.

 

Sari MillerSari Miller (Music, Additional Lyrics) is an award-winning musician whose work has been recognized by Barnard College, where she received the Program in the Arts Award and the Lefrak Prize, and by the 2001 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Her recent work includes music for two children's musicals: The Emperor's New Threads (produced in South Carolina, summer 2013) and Tom the Blue Cat (in Hebrew; produced in Israel, spring 2013). Sari has worked as a musical director and performer for various children's theater programs including Youth Company Chicago and New York Kids on Stage. She studied piano privately for thirteen years and has a certificate in arranging from Berklee College of Music. Sari is a member of ASCAP.

 

 

 

Randy WolfeRandi Wolfe, Ph.D. (Lyrics) is an alumnus of Theatre Building Chicago's Musical Theater Writers Workshop and a member of the Academy for New Musical Theatre in Los Angeles. Equally important to her lyric writing is her 35-year career in early childhood education. Randi has been a preschool teacher, day care center director, parent educator and tenured professor. Having moved to Los Angeles in 2007, she now works as an independent consultant focusing on parent training, family support, early education and social policy. While Randi's background lends insight to her lyrics, nothing has impacted her more profoundly than raising two children. Now in their twenties, her daughter and son continue to inspire her contribution to Mom!