Lee Summers | Director
Lee Summers is an awarding winning, multi-talented artist, who has directed shows in numerous New York and regional venues, including for both the NYMF and NAMT Theatre Festivals – Most recently Summers directed Brian Whitted’s “What’s It All About Miss Dionne” a Dionne Warwick Tribute starring Tony Winners LaChanze and Adriane Lenox.
Summers is a published member of the Dramatists Guild; conceiver/co-writer/co-composer/producer of Off-Broadway’s From My Hometown (8 AUDELCO Nominations); writer of Ella Fitzgerald: First Lady of Song and many more. He has performed On Broadway (Orig. Dreamgirls); Off-Broadway; Carnegie Hall; on TV and in films. Summers is an alum of Tennessee State University; holds a BA from SUNY Empire State University and is presently an MFA Candidate at NYU/Tisch’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.