Glen Berger is the co-writer of the book for the new Broadway musical, SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark currently in performance at the Foxwoods Theatre. His plays include Underneath the Lintel (more than 450 performances Off-Broadway, 150 productions worldwide), O Lovely Glowworm (Portland Drammy Best Script Award) and Great Men of Science, Nos. 21 & 22 (L.A. Weekly Best Play Award). Glen has also collaborated on two new musicals: On Words and Onwards and Loewe Award winner A Night in the Old Marketplace, with commissions from theatres including Berkeley Rep and the Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis. In television, Glen has won two Emmys (12 nominations) and has written more than 200 episodes for children’s television seen on PBS, NBC and the BBC including “Arthur,” “Curious George” and “Peep.” He was the head writer for all five seasons of “Fetch with Ruff Ruffman.” He is a New Dramatists alumnus and an artist under commission at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
PigPen Theatre Company creates atmospheric theatrical fables with a unique blend of shadow puppetry, group movement, live music, and clever lighting effects. Formed at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in 2008, PigPen has gone on to perform regionally in playhouses around the country. PigPen was awarded the top honor for a play at the 2010 New York City International Fringe Festival for their show “The Nightmare Story”.