Edward Medina is a native New Yorker who over time has built a significant and multifaceted career. He is a producer and director with over thirty-five years of production experience in theatre, live events, and digital media.
He also had the honor and the privilege to work for the late great Jim Henson creator of the Muppets. He then went on to become a theme park designer. For fun, he became a steam train engineer and a sometime magician since childhood.
Currently, Edward is an Amazon KDP bestselling author of high fantasy, dark horror, and epic adventure books, short stories, and poems. Edward is also a freelance critic and entertainment news journalist covering Broadway, Off Broadway, Off-Off Broadway, Clubs and Cabarets for TheatreReviewNYC, Theater Pizzazz, and OnStage Blog.
He maintains his love of theatrical production by continuing to create, produce, and direct new works for both stage and screen, and his dream of building Sandbox Harbor, a fully realized world of fantasy on tropical shores, is still very much alive and well.
Edward Medina attended Adelphi University for Theatre Arts and is proud to be a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators, the Horror Writers Association, the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs, and Theater Resources Unlimited.
He’s also a member of the American Theatre Critics Association.
Hear what Edward Medina has to say about reopening Broadway, writing theater criticism, and working with Jim Hensen.
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