ABOUT KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT
Kit Goldstein Grant is an award-winning New York City based musical theatre composer, lyricist, librettist, and teaching artist. She is a graduate of Union College and has studied at Juilliard, Primary Stages and the Tony Award-winning BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, and she is a member of the Dramatists Guild and ASCAP, and a founding member of NYC's Composers Collective.
Internationally, her musical The Nose premiered at the 2017 National Arts Festival in South Africa, produced by Anex Theatre Productions. In New York, her musicals have been seen at the Master Theater, the Midtown International Theater Festival, the Strawberry Theatre Festival, Emerging Artists Theatre New Work Series, the Musical Theatre Factory, The Gallery Players, the National Opera Center, and Lincoln Center's Library for the Performing Arts.
Musicals for young and family audiences include It's Raining Tamales!, published by YouthPLAYS, and The Nose, a prize-winner in the Jackie White Memorial National Children's Playwriting Contest, with a recent production at the 1,300 seat historic Master Theatre in Brooklyn. Her musicals for adults include an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' The Black Tulip and black comedy, The Wrong Box, finalist for London's Burbage Productions New Writing Prize. Studio cast recordings of It's Raining Tamales! and The Wrong Box are available on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon.