Peter Golub

Peter Golub has Huntington credits that include Tartuffe (2017), The Miracle at Naples (2009). Betty’s Summer Vacation (2001), Hedda Gabler (2001), Mrs. Warren’s Profession (1999), and Gross Indecency (1998).  His Broadway credits include The Country House; Time Stands Still; Come Back, Little Sheba; and Hedda Gabler. Off Broadway credits includes Suddenly Last Summer, Macbeth, and The Laramie Project. Mr. Golub was composer-in-residence at Charles Ludlam’s legendary Ridiculous Theatrical Company. His musical Amphigorey, with stories and designs by Edward Gorey, received a Drama Desk Award nomination. He has worked on numerous scores for The Public Theater/NYSF including Twelfth Night, Othello, Richard II, and Henry IV. Film scores include Frozen River, The Great Debaters, Wordplay, and The Laramie Project. He has written numerous concert works and ballets and is director of the Sundance Film Music Program. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

(As of December 2017)

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