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Nancy Sunshine is not a newcomer to the entertainment scene. A stage performer for more than twenty five years, she has focused on the past ten years on writing and composing. As a published composer, lyricist and writer, Nancy's creative endeavors are extremely diverse, from Broadway to country to children's themes.
Her work with musicals includes a collaborative effort for The Bar Mitzvah which was produced three times in Dallas and subsequently showcased off Broadway, as well as her most recent musical Silver Saddle presented as a staged reading in Dallas at Theatre Three Theatre Too and later produced at the Old Performing Arts Theatre.
For children, she has written scripts and music for the television series, Gramps and Gus, coauthored several books for the Morris Brothers of the Fox Television Network and created a poetry and music book entitled Jelly Bean Dean and Friends . She also wrote a children’s puppet show, Dinner at Stardies which was presented in Dallas.
As a producer of several fashion shows for Saks Fifth Avenue and Teen Contact and as an assistant producer for the industrial grand opening Rhythm and Views, Nancy has authored scripts and songs.
Nancy is the coauthor of the screenplay, Sam Kopinski's Funeral, a romantic comedy, and is currently collaborating on the screenplay, Cibola, a romantic adventure set in 1875.
Coauthor of Sam Kopinski's Funeral (1999)
Currently collaborating on Cibola!, a romantic adventure set in 1875
Authored and composed the musical Silver Saddle, presented at Theatre Three Theatre Too, Dallas, TX (1995) and The Old Performing Arts Theatre, (1997)
Composer, lyricist and coauthor of children's television series Gramps & Gus, Dallas, TX (1996)
Coauthored and collaborated music for The Bar Mitzvah, showcased off-Broadway (1993), produced three times in Dallas, TX (1992), (2001) (2003)
Authored and composed songs for Jelly Bean Dean, a children's book of poetry and song (1993)
Coauthored the Fox Television Network's Morris Brothers children's books (1991)
Published Back In My Arms Again and You're the Best Thing in My Life, ( 1991)
Wrote Dinner at Stardies, a children's puppet show produced in Dallas, TX (1989)
Composed There's a Place We Can Go for Rhythm and Views, Dallas, TX (1989)
Wrote transition scenes for play Youth Odyssey, Dallas, TX (1988)
Wrote rap Contact Me I'll Contact You and script for Saks Fifth Avenue fashion show with Teen Contact, Dallas, TX (1987)
Producer for Tibet is Near, Sacred Music of Tibetan Monks, Dallas, TX (1994)
Assistant Producer for Rhythm and Views, Dallas, TX (1989)
Produced fashion shows for Saks Fifth Ave. and Teen Contact, Dallas, TX (1986-87)
Performed in I Am, an industrial film, Dallas, TX (1993)
Appeared in Jelly Bean Dean and Friends, Dallas, TX (1993)
Performed in musicals and plays in Dallas and Los Angeles, including:
Bye Bye Birdie, Once Upon a Mattress, Street Scene, Most Happy Fella and Milk and Honey (1970 - 88)
Bachelor of Arts, California State University (1969)