Jeff Blumenkrantz

Jeff Blumenkrantz

Jeff Blumenkrantz

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Jeff Blumenkrantz (born June 3, 1965 in Long Branch, New Jersey) is an American actor and musical theatre composer/lyricist.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Blumenkrantz is a graduate of Northwestern University. His acting credits include roles in such Broadway productions as Into the Woods (2002), The Threepenny Opera (1989), Damn Yankees (1994), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1995), and A Class Act (2001), as well as appearances in such television shows as Will & Grace, Just Shoot Me!, and Law & Order.

In 2000, noted Broadway actress and recording artist Audra McDonald included Blumenkrantz's song "I Won't Mind" on her CD, How Glory Goes. This lullaby ( with lyrics by Annie Kessler and Libby Saines) has become a staple of McDonald's repertoire. Blumenkrantz also contributed a piece to The Seven Deadly Sins, a song cycle commissioned by Carnegie Hall for the singer. His comic song, "My Book," addressed the sin of sloth.

In 2003, Blumenkrantz was nominated for a Best Original Score Tony Award for his work on Urban Cowboy, a nomination he shared with Jason Robert Brown and twenty-eight others.

In 2005-2006, he created and hosted , a weekly podcast featuring the songs from his songbook, occasional additional episodes of which were released until at least February 2010. This project was succeeded in 2008 by the , which Blumenkrantz hosted, showcasing the eponymous songbook, which features the work of members of the BMI Songwriters'......
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