Jerrod Bogard Biography

 
Bio:
Jerrod Bogard is a playwright and director. He began his career as a touring puppeteer performing and teaching workshops from Florida to Michigan. He built and directed a show for the World Festival of Puppet Art in Prague, Czech Republic. Since moving to New York City in 2004 his plays and musicals ... (read more)
 

Bio:
Jerrod Bogard is a playwright and director. He began his career as a touring puppeteer performing and teaching workshops from Florida to Michigan. He built and directed a show for the World Festival of Puppet Art in Prague, Czech Republic. Since moving to New York City in 2004 his plays and musicals ... (read more)

Jerrod Bogard is a playwright and director. He began his career as a touring puppeteer performing and teaching workshops from Florida to Michigan. He built and directed a show for the World Festival of Puppet Art in Prague, Czech Republic. Since moving to New York City in 2004 his plays and musicals have been produced in Los Angeles, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia, and internationally in Ireland, and Sri Lanka. In New York, his plays and musicals have been developed by Theatre Breaking Through Barriers, Playhouse Creatures Ensemble (2015 Playwright Fellow), Wide Eyed Productions, The Abingdon, and The Amoralists. His work is published with Samuel French, Smith & Kraus, Original Works Publishing, The New York Theatre Experience, and IndieTheatreNow.com. He wrote and directed a short film, which won the award for Best Mini-picture in the Bare Bones International Film Festival. Jerrod is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America. He is a graduate of Brooklyn College, and holds an acting degree from Florida School of the Arts. He is also an alumni lyricist in the Lehman Engel BMI Musical Theatre Workshop. He is co-creator of, and serves as the Program Director for The Amoralists' new playwright development group, ‘Wright Club.