Born August 5, 1930, in Newcastle, PA, Jay Broad is a playwright, director, producer, and script writer.
Stage directing credits include Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?, New York, 1973. Play Me a Country Song, 1982. Madness in Jerusalem, 1984. The Barclay Decision, 1985. Benefactors, Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester, MI, 1995. He is credited as a Producer of Gemini, which opened on Broadway in 1981.
Stage writing credits include: (With Don Tucker) Red, White and Maddox (musical), Theatre Atlanta, 1968, then Cort Theater, New York City, 1969. Balance, Theatre Atlanta, 1969. The Great Big Coca-Cola Swamp in the Sky, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT, 1971. A Conflict of Interest, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1972, published by Samuel French (New York City), 1974. The Killdeer, Public Theatre, NY, 1974, published by Samuel French, 1974. To Kill a Mockingbird (adaptation), 1975. Events from the Life of Ted Snyder, Off-Broadway, 1976. White Pelicans, 1976, Theatre de Lys, 1978. Uncle Eddy, 1978. Play Me a Country Song, 1982. Madness in Jerusalem, 1984.
He has served on the Executive Board of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and has been a visiting professor at Yale, Hofstra, University of Southern California, University of Washington, and Arizona State University.
|Playwright||Conflict of Interest||2000-01 Season|
|Director||The Brothers Berg||1999-00 Season|
|Director||Defending the Light||1999-00 Season|
|Director||Conflict of Interest||2000-01 Season|