Playwright, Composer, Librettist, Lyricist
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Phil Darg is the author of more than two dozen plays and musicals, and the composer/producer of more than an estimated 250 musical works (some of which have been broadcast on MTV, The History Channel, and Turner South), and he has performed at 54 Below in New York City. His piece, Sasquatched! The Musical (www.sasquatched.com), premiered at the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) in 2013 and in Minneapolis in 2014 (where it was nominated for 6 Minneapolis BroadwayWorld Awards). In 2013, Phil co-founded the non-profit Imagined Theatre (www.imaginedtheatre.org), with its mission to author and develop new musical theatre works.
In 2015, Phil (along with collaborator, Julie Ana Rayne) produced the new work, The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs (nominated for 5 Minneapolis BroadwayWorld Awards), and in 2016 produced a shortened version of that show for the Minnesota Fringe Festival.
In 2017, His drama ‘Til Death was produced by Darkhorse Dramatists (Binghamton, New York). His dramedy We Need To Talk was produced at the Manhattan Repertory Theater, and his comedy Critical was performed by the Carrollwood Players (Tampa, Florida). His one-act drama, Facility, was a selection at the 2017 William Inge Theater Festival, and his short drama The Interrogation was a semi-finalist at the Lakeshore Players Play Contest (White Bear Lake, MN). In addition, an excerpt from The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs was selected for a performance as part of Sound Bites 4.0 (www.tnny.org) in New York at Signature Stages (May 2017).
Looking for Sasquatched! The Musical ?
In early 2012, Phil Darg created Sasquatched! The Musical which was selected for the New York Musical Theatre Festival's Next Link showcase in July 2013 (www.NYMF.org), and in 2014 was accepted for licensing in the www.StageRights.com catalog.
Sasquatched! The Musical has its own website at: www.Sasquatched.com
Looking for The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs ?
The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs has its own website, and can be found at: http://www.imaginedtheatre.org/ThePound/
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