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Laureen Kuhl

Laureen Kuhl

Biography

Laureen Kuhl spent most of her childhood forcing unsuspecting dinner guests to conquer their fear of public speaking. If you were invited to her house for dinner, you would be waving a sword and riding a unicorn by dessert. Today, Laureen is still a passionate storyteller. A multi-talented writer, composer, director and performer her produced works have run the gambit from writing the book, music, lyrics and directing “Heart of Gold”and “Ye Olde Fashioned Christmas Variety Showe,” for the Timmins Symphony and Chorus, to adapting and directing “Pirates of Penzance: Adapted.” She also writes non-musical screen plays and stage plays, which have been produced in Canada and the UK. Laureen’s highlights include having her comedy short “First Vacation” chosen for ABC’s Talent Showcase, and working on book, lyrics, music and direction for “Heart of Gold,” a musical commissioned by the Timmins Symphony, funded by Ontario Arts Council and one of the major draws for the City of Timmins 100th Anniversary. She is currently a founding member of NorthSouth Entertainment, and recipient of an OAC Recommender Grant through Pat the Dog Theatre for her work with Maureen Reese on a new musical “I Once Was Lost.” She is looking forward to the development workshops of the musical at the Registry Theatre January 2020 and FemFest, March 2020. She is a proud member of SOCAN/ASCAP, and the Canadian Musical Theatre Writers Collective (CMTWC.)

Experience

  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret

Regions

  • Canada

Expertise

  • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Bookwriter/Librettist
  • Songwriter
  • Other

Software

  • Finale
  • GarageBand

Affiliations

  • ASCAP

Pronouns

  • She/Her