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Stephen Murray is a composer, lyricist, playwright, and performing arts educator from Massachusetts. His musicals and plays have been performed in all 50 of the United States as well as in Canada, China, Japan, Australia, Hungary, Singapore, Germany, Malta, The Netherlands, and South Africa. Steve's musical, Tortoise vs. Hare, was a recipient of the Anna Zornio Memorial Children's Theatre Playwriting Award. Musical! The Bard is Back! was the winner of the Jackie White Memorial National Children's Play Writing Contest, and has the distinction of being the first musical to receive this award. You can read more about Steve in the article posted here.

Steve received a BA in Music Education from Westfield State University, a Masters of Education in Fine Arts from Fitchburg State University, and a Doctorate of Musical Arts from Boston University. He has had (and continues to have) a lengthy career as a music educator and is proud of the many student teachers he has mentored who are now educators in the workforce. Steve has been a presenter at several conferences.

Contact Steve at steve@murrayshows.com


CASEY AT THE BAT

The 1888 poem by Ernest Lawrence Thayer is now at contemporary mini-opera by Stephen Murray. Steve wrote this show to honor the opening of Polar Park in Worcester, MA, home of the Triple-A Worcester Red Sox.



Nellie: The Musical has arrived! Public reading on February 5, 2022 at Calliope Productions in Boylston, MA. FREE admission. Reserve seats here. Published by Eldridge Publishing.

Read more about Nellie: The Musical in this article.

The YouTube video for 'Casey' features an all-star cast and a history lesson about baseball in the city of Worcester. You can learn more about this project by reading this Worcester Magazine article by Richard Duckett.



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