Charlie Sohne, along with his collaborator Tim Rosser, won the 2015 Jonathan Larson Award and ASCAP’s 2015 Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award. Their musical, The Boy Who Danced on Air premiered at Diversionary Theater in San Diego and will receive its Off-Broadway premiere at the Abingdon Theater. Their television pilot, Truth Slash Fiction (directed by Daniel Schloss), won best comedy at SeriesFest and ITVFest. Their song cycle will premiere with the Oakland Symphony, February 2018. They were also residents at Yale’s Institute for Music Theatre, Dramatists Guild Fellows, members of Civilian’s R&D Group and writers in the Rhinebeck Writers Retreat and ASCAP’s Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. They also participated in 24 Hour Musicals, where their short show "A Better Me" featured Edie Falco. Concerts: 54 Below, Symphony Space, Birdland, Contemporary Classics at Seattle Rep, Cutting Edge Composers at Joe’s Pub, ALNM at Rockwell in LA, Above The Arts in London, a sold out show at Broadway au Carre in Paris, and the Kennedy Center. They’re currently at work on a commission for NYCCT.
Separately, Charlie has had his work seen at The O'Neill's National Music Theatre Conference and NY Stage and Film.
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