Peter J. Loewy Biography

Peter J. Loewy

Peter Loewy is founder and Producing Artistic Director of The Forum Theatre Company, a professional regional theatre located in Metuchen, NJ. Mr. Loewy has directed and produced over 75 plays and musicals since founding he Forum Theatre in 1983. Mr. Loewy has worked extensively on Broadway with Tony award winning librettist, Michael Stewart and producer David Merrick on such shows as Barnum, Bring Back Birdie and 42nd Street. He also worked in television developing Unicorn Tales, an Emmy award winning musical children's theatre program for NBC and wrote and produced Dracula Bites The Big Apple, an award winning short subject film. Mr. Loewy has directed throughout the country with shows that include Little Shop of Horrors for TheatreFest and Crooners, a new musical , at the Phoenix Theatre in Arizona. He also produced and directed an East Coast tour of the musical Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh. Mr. Loewy most recently collaborated with John J. Wooten on a new play entitled Hannah Senesh, The Mission Home, based on the life of W.W. II freedom fighter Hanna Senesh. The play was commissioned by Mr. Loewy as well as produced and directed by him. The response has been overwhelming and plans are for the play to transfer to Broadway or off-Broadway in the Fall of 1999. This season he will be directing Last Night Of Ballyhoo at the Forum Theatre in Metuchen.

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ......Senex Forum Theatre Company 11/14/2002
Recent Production Credits
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ...... Directed Forum Theatre Company 11/14/2002
Kiss The Bride ...... Directed TheatreFest 6/17/1999
Milk and Honey ...... Directed TheatreFest 8/5/1998
Milk and Honey ...... Choreography TheatreFest 8/5/1998
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