Richard Wolf


 Richard is a playwright, novelist, and composer, whose stage musical,Love of a Lifetime, was the template for this film; his comedy HotProperties, is another film that Oroloro Entertainment is actively developing. His play Bookstore was produced in Florida in early 2006 and was part of the prestigious York Theatre’s 2006 Developmental Reading Series in Manhattan. Since 2007 Richard has been the Artistic Director of the Amelia Arts Academy in Fernandina Beach, Florida. His musicalDurante was performed in Los Angeles and subsequently directed by Ginger Rogers in New York. The Circle Repertory Theater produced his play Peace At Hand in NYC. His musical The Ebony Game was done off-Broadway in New York. Charlie, a musical about Chaplin, was done at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, Calif. Mr. Wolf wrote the book and lyrics for the musical Here We Go Again, which was given a staged reading at the Caldwell Theater in Boca Raton, FL. He is also the author of the musical,Cellular Lives. His musical, Chan, is scheduled for production in the not too distant future. Hot Properties, a romantic comedy, was produced at The Lambs in NYC and directed by Marc Baron. His other numerous plays include After, about Lizzie Borden after her acquittal; Spiderweb and The Nob Hill Complex. His published novels include Host to Homicide, about a serial killer who is murdering talk show hosts; One Wild Ride, a comedy-mystery set in L.A.’s motion picture community; and Tears Enough for All, a WWII novel set in France. Richard’s latest work, Rear Window, was performed in October, 2008, at the Atlantic Beach Experimental Theater of Florida.