George Griggs

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Who is George Griggs?

George Griggs is a New York-based composer and lyricist for musical theatre.

In 2007 the Infinity Repertory Company produced his score MOD: A Musical Pop-toon! for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Before Edinburgh, the show enjoyed performances in NYC at 59E59 Theaters during the East to Edinburgh Festival. MOD was also selected for the ASCAP Music Theatre Workshop. Previous commissions for the stage include Hearts Are Wild with The City Theater in Pittsburgh, PA, Heat Lightning at Kirk Theater, NYC, and A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Rock Opera with the Infinity Theater Company. His rock "radio play", Transmitter Man, produced by Todd Tobias was released in 2007. George Griggs also works with New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and as composer/lyricist-in-residence at Yale University. His work at Yale includes the American premiere of Dario Fo's About Face.

Griggs began his career in the 1970s as lead singer and songwriter for the rock band, Shobiz, touring as an opening act with Aerosmith, Twisted Sister, Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes, Rick Derringer, The Motels, Talking Heads, Joan Jett, The Ramones among others.

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on July 23, 2013

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