Larry Pressgrove


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Bio from
Deep Cover

Larry Pressgrove (Musical Director) has been with [title of show] in all its incarnations. He was music director for Cats (B'way and nat'l tour), Les Misérables (nat'l tour) and conducted Colm Wilkinson's last performance of Les Miz at the National Opera Theatre in Shanghai, China. He was assistant conductor on The Phantom of the Opera tour and has music directed various productions at the Ford's Theatre, the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. With collaborator Rachel Lampert, he composed the scores for The Angle of the Sun (NYMF 2007) and Bed No Breakfast and Comfort Food (Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca NY). For two years, he was artistic director of Metro Theater Company in St. Louis.


Bio from
The Angle of the Sun

Larry Pressgrove (Composer) Composer:  The Angle of the Sun; Comfort Food; Tony and the Soprano all presented at the Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, NY.  Music Director/Conductor: [title of show] also arranger; Cats! - Broadway and national tour; Les Miserables - national tour; She Loves Me and Sweeney Todd - St. Louis Repertory Theatre; The Most Happy Fella - Cincinnati Playhouse; 42nd Street and A Little Night Music - Stages St. Louis.  Aritstic Director of Metro Theatre Company (1986-1988) and Executive Director of The MUNY/Student Theatre Project (1990-1992). 


Bio from
The Angle of the Sun

Larry Pressgrove (Composer) is happy that he could take time away from his role as music director/ arranger for the Obie-winning [title of show] currently playing at the Vineyard Theatre to collaborate once again with his friend Rachel. Together they wrote last season's Tony and the Soprano. Larry also worked with Rachel for three seasons at the Hangar Theatre for their productions of Damn Yankees, Sweeney Todd and Falsettos. Larry was also music director for the National Tour of Les Miz and conducted Colm Wilkinson's last staged performance of the musical at the National Theatre in Shanghai, China. Larry also conducted The Phantom of the Opera and was musical director for Cats on tour and on Broadway. He was music director for numerous regional productions including The Most Happy Fella at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, She Loves Me at St. Louis Repertory Theatre and The Fantasticks! at the Ford's Theatre. In addition, Larry was Artistic Director of the award-winning theatre for youth, Metro Theatre Company in St. Louis and wrote and directed productions that played the Kennedy Center and the Detroit Arts Institute. If you are in NYC, come to the Vineyard and check out [title of show] now playing through October.