Playwright and Theater Director; Co-Founder, August Wilson Monologue Competition
Todd Kreidler is a writer, director, and co-founder of the August Wilson Monologue Competition, a national program aimed at integrating Wilson’s work into high school curricula. He worked with Wilson to develop the final three plays in his American Century Cycle. Together, they conceived How I Learned What I Learned, a solo show that Kreidler directed. He adapted the film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner into a stage play and wrote the musical fable Holler If Ya Hear Me, featuring the lyrics of Tupac Shakur that premiered on Broadway. Currently, Kreidler is writing Apollo 11, The Immersive Live Show and a musical with Nikki Sixx, based on Sixx’s music and memoir.