Michael Aman

Alumni. In Memory.

Michael Aman

Michael Aman’s POZ has been produced around the country and was nominated for Best New Work for the 2015 Carbonell Awards in Southern Florida. 2017 premieres: Muscle Bears the Musical, and Stalker Bob and His Mother. His play Feeding the Bear was produced at Island City Stage in June, 2016. The Unbleached American won best play for the African American Playwrights’ Exchange (AAPEX) in 2012 and had its premiere at The Stoneham Theatre in Massachusetts in 2014.

He wrote the book for the musical Coyote, which was presented through the FWD Theatre Project in Chicago in 2016.  His musical Frida(book and lyrics; music by Olivier nominee Dana P. Rowe) was presented at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis in April, 2019.

He co-wrote the book for The Piper(with Grammy winning songwriter Marcus Hummon), which premiered at the Actor’s Bridge Ensemble in Nashville, 2010.  He co-wrote the book and lyrics for The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde(2005 NYMF).  He also co-wrote the book for Let Me Sing! A Musical Evolution(George Street Playhouse; Charlotte Repertory Theatre). Michael is married to director Michael Bush.

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