Ted Sod

Ted Sod has been dramaturge for the education dept. at The Roundabout Theatre Company in NYC since 2001. He is a member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors Equity, The Dramatists Guild and SDC. He has written many musicals and plays, including plays for young audiences. NYC directing credits include: How to Be a Good Italian Daughter in Spite of Myself (Cherry Lane); Blood Type: Ragu (Actors’ Playhouse); By Jupiter for the Musicals in Mufti series and several developmental readings at The York Theatre Company; Who Popped Papi Chulo? and Scarlet Sees The Light for the NYC Fringe Festivals  and The House of Blue Leaves at The Terry Schrieber Studio. He assisted Daniel Sullivan on the world premiere of 10 Unknowns at Lincoln Center Theater. He was Artistic Associate & Director of Education at George Street Playhouse (GSP) for three seasons. He has also directed at Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center’s Cabaret Conference; Capital Rep; The Bickford Theatre; Charlotte Repertory Theatre; The Arbor Music Society, Adelphi University and Sarah Lawrence College.