Brian Feinstein

Teaching Artist

Brian Feinstein began his career in entertainment at the USC School of Cinema & Television and completed his master’s degree at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. His original compositions have since earned him rave reviews in The New York Times, six ASCAP Plus Awards, a Jonathan Larson Fellowship and the Anna Sosenko Trust Award.

Most recently, Brian and his writing partner Eric Garcia, secured the rights to adapt his passion project: “THE BAD NEWS BEARS” into a stage musical.

His original musicals “GIRLSTAR”, directed by two-time Tony Award nominee Eric Schaeffer, recently premiered at the Signature Theatre in addition to “THE DOLLMAKER’S GIFT” premiering at the prestigious 1,000-seat Rose Theater in Omaha, Nebraska. Other credits include: “MIMI LE DUCK” starring the legendary Eartha Kitt (Off-Broadway), “THE TOP JOB” (licensed throughout the US), “THE CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN” (awarded best family musical in Southern California), among others.

Brian’s compositions have been performed by the Boston Pops, the Indianapolis Philharmonic and a wide array of musicians and vocalists across the country, in Europe and on television. When not at the piano, he enjoys teaching theatre and songwriting to musical theatre students of all ages and volunteering with the Tri-State Basset Hound Rescue League. For more information on Brian’s music and productions, please visit:

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