Craig Zadan (born April 15, 1949) is an American executive producer, director, and writer. Zadan has been half of the successful production team Storyline Entertainment along with Neil Meron since their meeting many years ago in the New York theatrical community.
Zadan was born in Miami, Florida. He moved with his family from Florida to New York City when he was 2 years old. He wrote for ''New York'' magazine and also contributed articles to publications such as ''After Dark''. He co-produced a Broadway tribute to Stephen Sondheim, ''Sondheim: A Musical Tribute'', featuring Angela Lansbury and Alexis Smith in 1973. He wrote a book relating the "behind-the-scenes" of the musicals of composer Stephen Sondheim titled "Sondheim & Co." published in 1974, which has been updated with a subsequent edition and revisions until 1990. Meron invited Zadan to speak at a lecture series at Brooklyn College, and they became professional partners upon Meron's 1976 graduation. They worked for Joseph Papp at the Public Theater before going to California in the early 1980s to work for Peter Guber.〔( Zadan and Meron Career ) glbtq.com, accessed September 7, 2009〕〔("Sondheim: A Musical Tribute" ) sondheim.com, accessed September 7, 2009〕 He is openly gay.
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