Bob C bio

Robert Cutrofello (playwright) has had his plays mounted in six states, with eight productions in NYC, ranging from Off and Off Off Broadway venues such as the John Houseman Theater and Theater Off Park and even public radio. He has been a resident playwright at Stagewrights, The Double Image Theater, and Riverside Theater Workshop. Recently, he served as a contributer at the Sewanee Writer's Conference at the University of the South and had the pleasure of having Romulus Linney as his mentor. Titles of some of his plays are: LIONS AND COWS, THE BLESSED WOUNDS OF YOSEMITE MORTON, TARZAN VISITS THE BARBERSHOP, GOD'S RIGHT HAND, as well as an evening of one acts adapted from Ernest Hemingway short stories, among others. Recently, he had a reading of his latest full length, SILO STANDING, featuring Broadway and film actors and under the direction of film director Joyce Chopra. He and his composer, Gerard Chiusano, continue working on a musical based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN. Recently, he contributed to American Theater Magazine, writing an article on the life and career of his mentor and friend, Tom Cole. He has received two NEH grants, published an article on Arthur Miller's A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, written numerous plays, a college baseball yearbook, and was a hockey columnist for "Eastern Hockey Ice Magazine". He and his wife Elizabeth, a theorem painter, and ten year old son, Cole live in Woodbury, CT.