POOR PLAYERS
a supernatural evening's entertainment 
​​About the Author 
​​Ronald Kaehler is a playwright, lyricist, and composer living in New York City. He is the librettist and co-lyricist (with composer Albert Evans) of A Country Christmas Carol (Dramatic Publishing), a country music reimagining of the Dickens classic set in 1950s rural America. The team of Evans & Kaehler also wrote six editions of The Story Salad Shows, musicals for children that toured the United States under the auspices of Theatreworks USA, as well as the musical I Feel Great! (Sweet Youth Productions, Boston). 

Ron served as Executive Story Editor and contributing writer for the television series Van-Pires (Abrams-Gentile Entertainment), which was one of the earliest live action/animated series to utilize CGI technology. The show was rated No. 1 in its time slot in various domestic and international markets. 

​Ron has written songs and specialty material for Broadway performers (Bryan Batt, David Garrison, Eddie Korbich, Alix Korey, Marin Mazzie, Jessica Molaskey, and Mary Testa, among others) as well as theatrical events (Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefits and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society’s Mr. Abbott Awards). His songs have been published (Midder Music) and recorded (Twisted Turtle Tinsel, The Best of In Celebration of Life).
 
Ron’s other current project is Under the Overture, an operatic farce for which he adapted the music of Rossini.

In addition to his theatrical works, Ron has edited many academic books, including David Kaplan’s acclaimed textbook series Five Approaches to Acting (Hansen Publishing Group).

He is a member of The Dramatists Guild, New Play Exchange, and ASCAP. Website: www.ronkaehler.com