Pete Sheldon is a recent graduate of Virginia Tech’s Theatre and Cinema program. His notable projects with Virginia Tech include composing for a workshop of Prometheus Bound, directing a thirty minute segment from the play Birdland by Simon Stephens, starring in a revival of Gershwin’s Oh Kay, and touring a staged reading of The Right of Way by Thomas Murray. Among his writing efforts, he co-wrote a musical comedy piece which was previewed at the Make Trouble Lab. His short play Thanks Steve was produced at Page to Stage Theatre of Roanoke. He was the winner of the Viral Imaginations Writing contest at Virginia Tech for his short story Mr. Kenny. In all his artistic endeavors, he strives to use his voice to create unique, honest experiences that will stay with the audience long after the curtain comes down.
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