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Becca Blackmore

Becca Blackmore

Biography

Becca Blackmore is the co-author of the musicals Quiz Bowl (formerly Academia Nuts (Best New Musical, NYMF 2014)), Snow Way Out (Micro-Musical Theatre Show Podcast; York Theatre Company Developmental Reading Series), The Peculiar Tale of the Prince of Bohemia and the Society of Desperate Victorians (Goodspeed Festival of New Musicals 2019), Hatter (Indiana University, NYU, Ronald M. Ruble New Play Prize Finalist), #mirth, Grandma's Last Hurrah, and Period Piece (The Marilyn Monroe Theatre) and the author of the plays President Mom (with Dan Marshall, Notre Dame College, Caryl Crane Youth Theatre, 'Iolani School), Peaceful Warrior, Bedtime (The Blank Theatre Living Room Series), Baby Factory, Dead Behind the Eyes or The Ingenue Play (Vintage Theatre), and Over-Ripe (LAFPI SWAN Day, Manhattan Shakespeare Project). Her works have been finalists for the Leah Ryan FEWW Prize, the NuVoices Playwriting Prize, the Trustus Playwrights Festival, Isle of Shoals Lance Hewitt Series, and the Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Peaceful Warrior was a semi-finalist for SPACE on Ryder Farm. Her play President Mom won the 2014 Ronald M. Ruble New Play prize and a 2015 Tam & Young Arts Chair Visiting Artist Residency in Honolulu. Becca’s songs have been performed on six continents, but she hopes that Antarctica will happen at some point, too. She holds both a BFA and an MFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Experience

  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education

Regions

  • NYC/Tri-State Area

Expertise

  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Bookwriter/Librettist
  • Songwriter

Instruments

  • Voice

Affiliations

  • ACTORS EQUITY ASSOCIATION (AEA)
  • ASCAP
  • THE DRAMATISTS GUILD

Pronouns

  • She/Her