About

Michael Gilboe is a playwright, director, musician, composer, teacher, producer, and audiobook narrator. He is Director of Performing Arts and Assistant Professor for the Theatre and Business Arts major  at the University of Providence. He spent 12 years in New York City where he ran his own recording studio and production company in Times Square, producing albums for independent musicians and Tony, Emmy and Oscar winning clients. He also founded the Broadway Bullet theatre podcast where he conducts in-depth interviews with many of the top theatre innovators of our time. As a composer/playwright, he has written and produced several full-length musicals and over 20 children’s musicals.  He has directed everything from intimate plays to large musicals and has also narrated over 200 audiobook titles. Michael Gilboe holds his BA in Theatre from the University of Montana and MFA in Playwriting with an emphasis in Plays with Music from the Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University.  

Michael Gilboe has been Assistant Professor and Director of Performing Arts at the University of Providence.  He founded the Broadway Bullet podcast. A composer/playwright, his musical, The Dead Legend was presented at NYMF in 2013. He has narrated 227 audiobooks. He holds his BA in Theatre from UM & MFA in Playwriting from Hollins University. 

Gilboe is excited for his next ventures; working on new and original pop music as Professor Copperhead, and developing Creativity Control, a vLog series aiming at providing support for artists in areas not covered enough in their schooling. He aims to start touring and doing Creativity & Productivity workshops in 2020.