Mark Saltzman

Mark Saltzman

Writer at The Tin Pan Alley Rag

Company:
The Tin Pan Alley Rag

General Information

Experience

President - Arnold Glassman Fund

Education

Cornell University's

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Mark Saltzman :: Rodgers & Hammerstein :: Bio Details

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Mark Saltzman began his career in New York with Jim Henson writing for the Muppets. His "Sesame Street" sketches and songs (including "Caribbean Amphibian") earned him seven Emmy Awards, but behind Kermit's back, Mark was writing cabaret shows and musicals that played at Soho Rep, 13th Street Theater, and the Village Gate, where he co-wrote the long-running revue "A, My Name is Alice." For network television, Mark collaborated with Jerry Herman on the tv movie "Mrs. Mark was especially proud that he was selected by the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization to adapt the classic "Show Boat" for a performance at the Hollywood Bowl. Mark is a graduate of Cornell University's English and Theater Departments and the head of the Arnold Glassman Fund which provides grants to documentary films. More at: www.msaltzman.com In the Spotlight with Mark Saltzman, writer of The Tin Pan Alley Rag R&H chats with Mark Saltzman whose musical play, THE TIN PAN ALLEY RAG, recently made its New York debut.

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Scott Joplin :: Rodgers & Hammerstein :: Bio Details

In the Spotlight with Mark Saltzman, writer of The Tin Pan Alley Rag
R&H chats with Mark Saltzman whose musical play, THE TIN PAN ALLEY RAG, recently made its New York debut.

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Mark Saltzman :: Rodgers & Hammerstein :: Bio Details

Home > Bios > Mark Saltzman
Mark Saltzman began his career in N.Y. with Jim Henson, writing for the Muppets. But behind Kermit's back, Mark was writing cabaret shows and musicals that played at The Ballroom, Soho Rep, 13th Street Theater and the Village Gate, where he co-wrote the long-running revue A, MY NAME IS ALICE. For network television, Mark wrote MRS. SANTA CLAUS, the holiday musical starring Angela Lansbury with songs by Jerry Herman. Mark is proud of his ongoing role as a mentor in the Blank Theatre Company's Young Playwrights' Festival, held annually in Los Angeles. He is an artistic associate of the Colony Theatre Company and president of the Arnold Glassman Fund, a charitable foundation that provides grants for film and theatre projects. In the Spotlight with Mark Saltzman, writer of The Tin Pan Alley Rag R&H chats with Mark Saltzman whose musical play, THE TIN PAN ALLEY RAG, recently made its New York debut.

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