DAVID SPANGLER (Composer/Lyricist) has worked professionally in theatre, film, and television as director, writer, composer, and performer for over thirty years. His Broadway credits include The Magic Show, Seesaw, and Elizabeth I. He wrote and produced 35 songs for an Emmy Award winning TV series (9 CBS/Fox videos winning “Gold” status). In New York, he directed Brothers at the LaMama Theater, and Goodbye, Harry at the Ballroom. He has written and/or directed for regional theaters including the Papermill Playhouse, the Lenox Art Center, Barter Theatre, Village Theatre, Human Race Theatre, and is a recipient of the Carbonell Award for “Best New Work.” Spangler is the founder and former artistic director of Lovewell Institute for the Creative Arts.