The qtp Mission

The QTP develops and delivers unforgettable, unique theatrical experiences
for audiences in Queens and shares these experiences with the wider NYC theatre community

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Steve Wargo

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Favorite credits include (as director): the immersive concert experience Kabarett Weimar; seven NYC productions of his musical adaptation (with Dianne Adams McDowell) of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"David Ives' Don Juan in Chicago (first NYC revival); The Duchess, aka Wallis Simpson and Orchidelirium (both U.S. premieres); I Will Follow and Air Guitar: The Musical (both for the NYC Fringe); All's Well That Ends Well (Manhattan Rep.)
As writer: Triassic Parq: The Musical (with Marshall Pailet and Bryce Norbitz)(NYC Fringe Best Musical '10; Off Broadway '12: Lortel Nom.; L.A. '13: 11 Ovation Award Noms, Winner: Best Musical; San Franciso '14: 8 SGBATCC Noms; Published and licensed by Broadway Licensing.); 
Scooby-Doosical with Keith Varney; Nighttime Traffic with Alex Wyse.
As producer: Keith Varney's I Got Fired: A Revenge Musical (with Liz Ulmer, NYMF '10; Theater for the American Musical Award; South Korea's Daegu International Musical Festival '11);
Arthur Kopit's revised BecauseHeCan (first NYC revival).
In theater-adjacent work, he has been a guest lecturer (on “A Christmas Carol”) at Brooklyn College and his essay on how the AIDS crisis impacted the development of the American Musical was published in the trade journal “Musical Theater Today”.
Coming up: A revamped Kabarett Weimar in late April; development of his new adaptation of
“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”; shopping around his new play Forfeits, or, Some Unpleasantness at Tappington: A Tragedy of Manners; directing Tony Pennino’s new comedy I, Horatio.
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A Pittsburgh native, Steve holds a BFA in Musical Theater from Syracuse University.
Photo: Jennifer Harper

The QTP NEEDS your support

As a young non-profit based in Astoria, Queens, that feels that now is the time to bring the best of NYC’s theatre scene to our borough, we need your support to keep our mission alive and growing.

You can help us make our magic happen right away by making a tax deductible donation. You don't have to be a Rockefeller to feel like one, and this is a great way to show your support for a cause and company you believe in.

If you know that you just can't sit on your hands any longer and want to volunteer, then come on over! We are a dedicated group of creatives who have been looking for someone just like you to join our ranks. Reach out and bring your passion to a company of people who are dedicated to making Queens the place to be and the world just a little better.

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