Kingsley Day is active in the Chicago area as a composer-lyricist, playwright, musical director, and performer. "Summer Stock Murder”, which he wrote with Philip LaZebnik, ran for 18 months at the Theatre Building and won eight Joseph Jefferson Citations, including one for New Work. Kingslely Day and LaZebnik have written a number of other shows produced successfully in Chicago. They include the comedy “Tour de farce” (Wisdom Bridge Theater, Apollo Theater) and the musicals “State Street” (Getz Theatre), “Dear Amanda” (Theatre Building, Pheasant Run Theater), “Byrne, Baby, Byrne” (Zanies), and “The Joy of Socks”(Chicago Premiere Society).
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