Enjoy todays SUPER SIZED with Jenn Hartmann Luck where she shares some pretty cool things! Today's eposide is a super special eposide because the single We Are So Beautiful writtian by Jenn Hartmann Luck is now live! Since November 2021, the album Raise Your Voices has been live, but now the single about our hosts book is now LIVE!! Make sure to listen to the entire eposide today and hear all the amazing things that are shared!
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Jenn Hartmann Luck is a singer, songwriter, performer, arts educator, and an accomplished creator of new musical theatre. Notably, she is composer and co-lyricist of Gretel! The Musical, co-written with award-winning playwright Suzan Zeder, cellist Nora Karakousoglou, and story creator Jason Tremblay. Gretel! premiered at Austin’s Paramount Theatre in 2019, was produced by First Stage Milwaukee in 2020, and is available for licensing through Dramatic Publishing. In addition, Jenn is also the composer and co-lyricist, along with Zeder, of the new musical The Battlefields of Clara Barton, currently in development with the American Music Theatre Project at Northwestern University. A concert performance of this new work was produced by Austin Playhouse in July 2021 and presented, Stateside at the Paramount. Luck and Zeder additionally received a Kennedy Center commission in 2020 for their short piece The New Next-door Neighbor. When she is not writing musical theatre, she is working closely with young people, teaching songwriting workshops, and writing lots and lots of songs. Most recently, she launched her new record label, Lucky Hart Records, with The Raise Your Voices Project! In November 2021 she released her first album in almost 15 years called: Raise Your Voices (Songs Celebrating the Kids Who Are Changing the World.) This album featured songs inspired by young people from across the country who are
making the world a better place.
Jenn most recently served as Director of Partnerships and Programming for Education at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, on the Board of the International Association for Performing Arts for Youth, and as a Lecturer in the Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Texas at Austin, where she remains an active educator. She holds a BA in Theatre from Arizona State University and an MFA in Drama and Theatre for Youth and Communities from The University of Texas at Austin.
Jenn’s credits also include her solo albums I Admit and Silly urban Girl, her one-woman show Not a Chorus Girl, singing the National Anthem for President Obama in 2014 and adapting children’s stories into songs with the Paramount Story Wranglers. Jenn lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and her children, Lucy & Wyatt.