EMILY ROSE SIMONS - WRITER AND COMPOSER
Emily Rose Simons is a London-born musical theater writer. Selected Composer-Lyricist credits include: Confessions of A Rabbi’s Daughter (The Tank, Edinburgh Fringe, Off-West-End, UK Regional Tour), “Yet” (MuseMatch at Feinstein’s 54 Below), “My Mum” (William Finn’s Songs by Ridiculously Talented Composers and Lyricists You Probably Don’t Know But Should at Barrington Stage). Currently adapting the play Whatchamacallit (The Secret Theater) into a musical with the playwright Emily Clarie Schmitt and the director Ria T. DiLullo. Select Composer credits include: Julie (Tristan Bates Theatre, Off-West-End), “Far From Heaven” from Half Way There (Finalist in the Styles and Drewe Songwriting Competition, Garrick Theater, West End) and You’re The Only One That Gets It (Bloodworks Festival, Ensemble Stage Theater). An alumni of the Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program at NYU, the CRY HAVOC apprenticeship program and the Book, Music, Lyrics workshops in London.
Member of the Dramatist Guild of America