Jeff Thomson Biography

Gender: Male

Composer Jeff Thomson is a recipient of the Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation Award, as well as the Dramatist Guild Musical Theatre Writing Fellowship. Alongside longtime writing partner Jordan Mann, his songs have been featured in the York Theatre Companyís N.E.O Concert Series, Scott Alanís Monday Nights New Voices programs in Chicago and New York, five sold out engagements at The Duplex and was a featured songwriter in the acclaimed "Songbook" series at Lincoln Center. His original musical TRAILS was performed at the 2010 Los Angeles Festival for New Americans Musicals as well as the New York Musical Theatre Festival winning him the 2010 NYMF award for excellence in music as well as the prestigious Stage Entertainment Development Award. Other projects include VIRTUALLY ME! for TheatreworksUSA, a pop musical adaptation of the cult film JAWBREAKER (book-writer Darren Stein), MADAME FURY'S TRAVELING SHOW with TRAILS book-writer Christy Hall and a rock musical adaptation of Allan Moyle's PUMP UP THE VOLUME (Book and lyrics by Jeremy Desmon). Mr. Thomson is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild, ASCAP, The Humane Society and is an activist for Greyhound Rescue. He enjoys hiking, 80s rock and escaping to the Berkshires as often as possible.