Jonathan Monro

Jonathan Monro

Actor, Music Composer, Music Conductor, Musician, Screenwriter, Singer and Other

Manhattan, New York

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August 2013
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About Jonathan

Jonathan made his professional debut as a classical pianist at Carnegie Hall in 1991. As actor: featured roles in over 70 productions for TV, film, and stage, including Much Ado About Nothing and The Miser (Broadway), 2 Pianos 4 Hands (1st Nat. U.S. tour, 5 other productions), The Producers (original Canadian cast), Flashpoint (CBS), Republic of Doyle (CBC, with Russell Crowe), and eight productions at the Stratford Festival. As writer/composer: 6 original musicals, including the Betty Mitchell Award-winning Variations on a Nervous Breakdown. He lives in New York, where he is currently developing 4 new musicals, 2 television shows, and is a member of the BMI Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop.

Videos

Loglines

  • Baby Choir

    Baby Choir Comedy Fantasy A man plagued by injustice takes on a plane full of babies.

  • On the Newfie Bullet

    On the Newfie Bullet Comedy 1969. Newfoundland is changing. A wholesome couple’s life is turned upside down when the bride bolts on their wedding day, and hops aboard the wacky Newfie Bullet train. Pursued by her fiancé, they spend 26 crazy hours on board where she must decide between the man she loves and the secret opportunity that awaits her.

  • Judge This

    Judge This Comedy After having been hit had by the recession, the desperate townsfolk of Red Valley are left to prove their worth through the one thing that both binds and divides them: The Annual Shewanis Music Festival.

Awards

  • Tyrone Guthrie Award (acting)
    (2012)

  • BMI Harrington Award for Outstanding Songwriting
    (2011)

  • Elliot Hayes Memorial Award (Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas)
    (2010)

  • Betty Mitchell Award - Best Musical (Variations on a Nervous Breakdown)
    (2008)

  • Tyrone Guthrie Award (acting)
    (2008)

  • Tyrone Guthrie Award (acting)
    (1998)

  • Louis Applebaum Award (Music)
    (1997)

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