Santino DeAngelo is a New York based playwright, composer+lyricist, and commercial producer of musical theater, experimental theater, orchestra, ballet, and film. Described by the New York Times as having a “gift for engaging melodies”, Santino’s music for the theater is frequently performed domestically and internationally. Full length plays and musicals include Foolerie (winner of NYMF 2015 Next Link Project), Sex Therapy, Slow to Burn, and A Haunting. Santino is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the Rod Serling Award for Best Screenwriting (2007), NMI’s 2014 New Voices Project (Walt Disney Imagineering), and is a 2011 Harpur Fellow. Recent and upcoming commissions include Essay for Orchestra for the Binghamton Philharmonic’s 16/17 Season and When in Carthage, a new farce, for the Cider Mill Playhouse. Additional work for the concert hall: Fantasy Overture to the Trojan War, Salmacis: A Tale of Unrequited Love for Piano & Cello, and Narcissus: An Ancient Roman Pantomime (recently recorded for broadcast on WSKG/PBS). Santino is the Executive Producer of The Foolish Company in New York, the President of Binghamton’s Art Mission and Theater, a board member of StarStruck Theatre in Florida, and a 2018 MFA Playwriting candidate at Columbia University.