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It's All Your Fault, Tyler Price! (The name of the musical)
Written by: Ben Decter and Kristin Hanggi
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Kristin Hanggi is best known for directing the smash-hit Rock of Ages, for which she received a Tony nomination for Best Direction of a Musical. Ms.
Hanggi's also developed and directed the original LA and NYC productions of the acclaimed pop opera bare. Some other past stage productions include: Accidentally Brave (Off-Broadway); Clueless (New Group, Off-Broadway); Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (Seattle 5th Avenue); Pussycat Dolls Live at the Roxy with Christina Applegate, Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, and Charlize Theron.

 

Also a film director, Kristin directed the film version of Accidentally Brave (produced by Steven Soderbergh), Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List, Grantham & Rose, and the musical film Dear Dumb Diary, which she also co-wrote. She also directed on Netflix’s musical series Julie & the Phantoms. In June 2013, Kristin returned to her alma mater to receive the UCLA School of Theatre, Film, & Television Distinguished Alumni Award.

Ben Decter is an Emmy Award-winning composer and songwriter who has created a diverse body of music for television, theater and film. Ben’s Emmy resulted from his score for the Academy Award-nominated film Operation Homecoming. He scored Netflix’s world-wide hit, Lucifer. Other projects include Bless This Mess (ABC), Lethal Weapon (FOX), and Shadowhunters (Freeform).

Ben’s writing has been featured in HuffPost, Months to Years and Kaleidoscope magazine. His composing work includes the orchestral score to Shonda Rhimes’ ABC drama, Off the Map, CSI: Cyber (CBS), and Frequency (the CW). Ben’s music is an integral part of NFL FILMS. Another Big Day, Ben’s much-loved children’s CD (with Dave Nachmanoff) received national recognition. Ben also records as Paley Jones. Born in Manhattan, and raised in New Jersey, Ben graduated from Harvard University, where he met his future wife, Jackie Sloan, the founder of The Children’s Ranch.

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Ben Decter is an Emmy Award-winning composer and songwriter who has created a diverse body of music for television, theater and film. Ben’s Emmy resulted from his score for the Academy Award-nominated film Operation Homecoming. He scored Netflix’s world-wide hit, Lucifer. Other projects include Bless This Mess (ABC), Lethal Weapon (FOX), and Shadowhunters (Freeform).

Ben’s writing has been featured in HuffPost, Months to Years and Kaleidoscope magazine. His composing work includes the orchestral score to Shonda Rhimes’ ABC drama, Off the Map, CSI: Cyber (CBS), and Frequency (the CW). Ben’s music is an integral part of NFL FILMS. Another Big Day, Ben’s much-loved children’s CD (with Dave Nachmanoff) received national recognition. Ben also records as Paley Jones. Born in Manhattan, and raised in New Jersey, Ben graduated from Harvard University, where he met his future wife, Jackie Sloan, the founder of The Children’s Ranch.

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Ben Decter
Ben Decter
Kristin Hanggi
Kristin Hanggi
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Kristin Hanggi is best known for directing the smash-hit Rock of Ages, for which she received a Tony nomination for Best Direction of a Musical. Ms.
Hanggi's also developed and directed the original LA and NYC productions of the acclaimed pop opera bare. Some other past stage productions include: Accidentally Brave (Off-Broadway); Clueless (New Group, Off-Broadway); Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (Seattle 5th Avenue); Pussycat Dolls Live at the Roxy with Christina Applegate, Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, and Charlize Theron.

 

Also a film director, Kristin directed the film version of Accidentally Brave (produced by Steven Soderbergh), Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List, Grantham & Rose, and the musical film Dear Dumb Diary, which she also co-wrote. She also directed on Netflix’s musical series Julie & the Phantoms. In June 2013, Kristin returned to her alma mater to receive the UCLA School of Theatre, Film, & Television Distinguished Alumni Award.

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