Bill Rosenfield is a transplanted American playwright now living permanently in the UK. His plays include 46 Beacon ( Trafalgar Studios, West End; Hope Theatre, London, Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series)) True Fans (The Abbey, Orlando; Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series) Sunshine and Shadow (Blank Theatre LA, Living Room Series) Let Me (Asolo Theatre, Sarasota Florida, Unplugged Series) and the award-winning one act Bridal Terrorism (Samuel French). His highly acclaimed adaptation of Frank Loesser’s The Most Happy Fella directed & choreographed by Casey Nicolaw was produced as part of the City Center Encores! Series in New York City. He holds a BA in Dramatic Literature from Hofstra University.
Prior to turning his attention to playwrighting he had a career in the recording industry in New York as the Executive Producer of over 65 original cast recordings which garnered over 30 Grammy nominations beginning with the original production of Assassins as well as The Who's Tommy, Ragtime, Chicago, Parade, The Full Monty, A New Brain, Caroline (or Change), and Avenue Q ending approximately 20 years later with the revival Hair. Among the awards he has received are 2 Drama Desk Awards (1992 and 2002), and an SDC Foundation Governor’s Award, and a Richard Rodgers Award (2006).