Phil Darg


Playwright, Composer, Librettist, Lyricist

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Phil Darg is the author of more than two dozen plays and musicals and the composer/producer of more than 300 musical works (some broadcast on MTV and The History Channel) and has performed as a guest at 54 Below in New York City. His dramatic works include: Sasquatched! The Musical (NYMF 2013 Next Link selection; Anna Sosenko Trust grant recipient, later nominated for 6 Minneapolis BroadwayWorld awards); The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs (co-authored with Julie Ana Rayne; nominated for 5 Minneapolis BroadwayWorld awards; 2017 Theatre Now New York Sound Bites 4.0 winner); 'Til Death (Darkhorse Dramatists, NY; winner of the Artists Exchange One-Act Play competition, Cranston, RI); The Interrogation (Chagrin Valley Little Theatre, Ohio); Critical (Carrollwood Players, Tampa); We Need To Talk (Manhattan Repertory Theatre); Facility (2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival, "Best in Fringe"); The Quick Start Guide to Booting Your Man-Bot (Old Library Theatre, Fair Lawn, NJ); #OregonTrail (The Arc Theatre, Chicago); Hyard Ed [musical], Habeas Non Corpus, Presents Symptoms, and Evolution.

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Looking for Sasquatched! The Musical ?

In early 2012, Phil Darg created Sasquatched! The Musical which was selected for the New York Musical Theatre Festival's Next Link showcase in July 2013 (, and in 2014 was accepted for licensing in the catalog.

Sasquatched! The Musical has its own website at:

Looking for The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs ?

The Pound: A Musical for the Dogs has its own website, and can be found at:

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