S. RENEE CLARK has had a very exciting career in music. She’s performed in all types of ensembles ranging from jazz, dance, soul, funk, rock and country music to gospel, choral and classical. She toured for 12 years as a solo performer (piano/vocal) across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Ms. Clark’s music contributions to the theatre include Horizon Theatre (Cowgirls, Every Tongue Confess, Sheddin, Avenue Q—2011 Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Music Director, Madeline’s Christmas, Three Sistahs, The Thing About Men, Cafe Puttanesca); Theatrical Outfit (Gift of the Magi, Big River–2009 Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Music Director, Gee’s Bend, Waiting To Be Invited, Ain’t Misbehavin’); Fabrefaction (Urinetown); True Colors (Spunk); Trey Anthony’s (Da Kink in My Hair); Alliance Theatre (By the Way Velma Stark, Jesus Christ Super Star Gospel, Jacques Brel, Avenue X); Center for Puppetry Arts (Ruth and the Green Book, Brer Rabbit). Theatre In The Square (His Eye Is On The Sparrow, Mahalia, The Blue Door); The New American Shakespeare Tavern (Hamlet: the Musical, Irma Vep, Cabaret, The Fantasticks); The New Jomandi (Ain’t Misbehavin’); Youth Ensemble of Atlanta (Endangered Species, Colors of Love, Urban Holiday Soup); Jomandi Productions (Josephine Live, El Hajj Malik, Queen of the Blues, Dunbar’s Fantasy). She has MD’d musicals at Georgia State University, Clayton State University and Clark/Atlanta University. She was the co-writer and composer of Travelin’ Black which premiered at Theatrical Outfit. Big thanks to my daughter Lene and my mother for your love and support. But of course God gets all the glory.