M. Kilburg Reedy

M. KILBURG REEDY is an award-winning theatrical producer and writer.  As a producer, projects include the current Broadway hit Jagged Little Pill and the international hit musical Come From Away (Broadway, Toronto, North American Tour, London, and Australian companies), as well as the upcoming Broadway premiere of Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen. Kilburg’s other productions include the world premiere in London of Romantics Anonymous the Musical at Shakespeare’s Globe, and New York productions of Nevermore — The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe (nominated for three 2015 Lortel Awards including Outstanding Musical), Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (winner of the 2013 Tony, Drama Desk, NY Drama Critics, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play), Peter and the Starcatcher (Broadway and National Tour; winner of 5 Tony Awards), The Pee-wee Herman Show, Bill Maher: Victory Begins At Home (Tony nomination, Best Special Theatrical Event), and the Olivier Award-nominated West End production of Lend Me A Tenor The Musical.  Kilburg’s Off-Broadway productions include Shear Madness, Richard Dresser’s Rounding Third, and Toxic Audio (winner of the 2004 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience).  As a playwright and songwriter, Kilburg’s plays include Second Lady, a one-woman drama produced throughout the United States and internationally, including Off-Broadway starring Judith Ivey and in Los Angeles (L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award, 3 Drama-Logue Awards including Best Writer), and  Spin: A Musical Myth, a pop-rock musical about the Arachne myth, are both published and licensed by Samuel French.  Other plays include stage adaptations of Josephine Tey’s The Daughter of Time and Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth.  Also a lawyer (Columbia Law School ’92), Kilburg is a partner in the New York firm of Feldman, Golinski, Reedy + Ben-Zvi, PLLC, and has an active legal practice in all aspects of the entertainment business, with a focus on theatre transactions and securities.

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