Steve Fogelman is not only a playwright, actor, and singer, but also an accomplished photographer, chef, designer and filmmaker with a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, which became the basis for his play charrette.
After graduation he moved to Los Angeles to work as a film art director. and soon decided to persue acting, spending three years studying at The Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, where his passion for art became and early version of the play, Hey Picasso!.
After, the production of Hey, Picasso! and several companies performing his short play Day One, he missed the writing on the wall to become a playwright and hurled himself into the LA dream of screenwriting, studying the craft of story structure at Writer’s Boot Camp where he completed the features, My Guy, Dead or Alive and The First Gentleman.
Back in New York since the spring of 2012 to focus on theater, Steve has honed his skills with Sam Gold, Josh Harmon and Annie Baker. Additionally, he had several play readings with the writers collective, ‘Playsmiths.’ His short plays Breeders Cup and Genius were produced through Love Creek Productions and his full-length play, tran-si-tions, was a 2014 semi-finalist for Chicago’s Vittum prize for best new play.