is a music director, pianist, and songwriter with years of teaching experience.
He previously taught at the Court Theatre Chicago, Apple Tree Theatre in
Highland Park, IL, and North Central College in Naperville, IL. He was the
assistant music director of the Finding Neverland New York workshop
(directed by Diane Paulus), music director/onstage trumpeter for The City
Club off-Broadway, and music director/pianist of the New York premier of
Stephen Schwartz's The Baker's Wife. Jonathon's music has recently been
heard at the Lincoln Center, Gallery Players, and New York Theatre Barn.
Upcoming musicals he's writing include "The Turing Test," an electro-pop
musical about gay computer scientist Alan Turing; and "The Baroque Cycle," a 17th
century contemporary musical theatre song cycle. Jonathon is a composer in the
BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing Workshop and an alum of Northwestern
University. More can be found at www.jonathonlynchmusic.com.
B.A., Communications, Northwestern University