DEBORAH BREVOORT (Playwright) is the author of numerous plays and musicals, including The Women of Lockerbie, which is currently being produced all over the U.S. and the world after winning the Onassis competition and the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award. Other plays include Blue Moon Over Memphis, a Noh Drama about Elvis Presley, The Poetry of Pizza, a comedy about love, The Blue-Sky Boys, a comedy about NASA's Apollo engineers, Signs of Life, a comedy about faith and doubt set in New Jersey and California and Into the Fire, set in the Alaskan wilderness. She is a two-time winner of the Frederick Loewe Award for Musical Theatre, first for King Island Christmas, an oratorio written with composer David Friedman, and then for Coyote Goes Salmon Fishing, with composer Scott Richards. King Island Christmas has been produced all over the U.S.; the cast album is available on She also wrote the book and lyrics for Goodbye My Island, with music by David Friedman. Her work has been published by Dramatists Play Service, Samuel French, Applause Books and others. She is currently working on The Velvet Weapon, a farce about the Velvet Revolution of Czechoslovakia. Deborah was one of the original company members with Perseverance Theatre in Alaska. She was raised in Ridgewood, NJ and now lives in North Bergen.

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