Both Sides Now

MICHAEL SOTTILE has collaborated on over twenty Broadway and Off-Broadway productions including those with The Public Theatre, The Manhattan Theatre Club, The Shubert Organization, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Theater For A New Audience and Lincoln Center. He has worked with such talents as Meryl Streep, Mandy Patinkin, Mary Tyler Moore, Liz Swados and Miss Coco Peru. He wrote the underscore to the documentary film "The Hating Pot" (co-produced by Ellen Marshall & Steven Spielberg), the score to the Off-Broadway hit, "The End of the World Party," and the 25th Anniversary production of Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song Trilogy."

Original musicals include "One Day," "Oh, Well," "Derin Brockovich," "JOAN," "The Snowman In The Dunes," and the critically acclaimed "INAPPROPRIATE," a musical based on the journal entries and poetry of teenagers. 

Current projects include "Palladium," a musical based on the famed and controversial New York City dance club of the 1950's, and "Joan," a rock and roll collaboration with Tony and Grammy nominee, AnnMarie Milazzo, based on the story of Joan of Arc. He recently wrote the music and lyrics for the Off-Broadway holiday hit, "Who's Holiday" starring Lesli Margherita. 

Michael is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC) and the Dramatists Guild of America.

The New York Times has called his work "brilliant and positively transporting," and the New York Post has praised him as "highly original and an artist to watch."

 

"Artists and poets are the raw nerve ends of humanity. By themselves they can do little to save humanity. Without them there would be little worth saving."  -- Anonymous