Errol Pearlman

Errol Pearlman (composer) is a native Chicagoan, educator, pianist, singer, composer and director. Teaching stage singing at Loyola University and Goodman School of Drama, he also composed original scores for Children’s Theatre at Goodman, and served as Chair of the Fine Arts Department of a Chicago Public High School, as well as musical director and director for Harand Theatre Arts Camp, teaching, directing and coaching literally thousands of children and adults.His long and varied career as a professional musician has taken him from the classroom to the stage. Co-founder of Center Stage Theatre, in the 1960’s, with David Rush, one of the early off-loop theatres, along with Kingston Mines, Hull House and Victory Gardens Theatres at a time when audiences were just beginning to discover more than the “road shows” in the loop. Rush and Pearlman produced the standards of music theatre, as well as their new works. He has written musicals produced at the Theatre Building, Chicago Jewish Theatre, University of Wisconsin, National College of Education, Southwest Texas University, The Roxy, and the Hungry Eye Theatre in New York, to name a few. Currently involved in vocal coaching, musical directing and composing, Errol can be found composing new music with a number two pencil in his mouth.

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  • Feathers in the Wind

    by David Rush
    • 100 minutes
    • 5 Males 4 Females Min 8 Max 15+

    Musical Drama, Flexible Casting

    A whimsical musical that weaves together a collection of Jewish folktales about the wise fools of Chelm into a single fable.  As Rabbi Itzik searches the world for his scattered congregation, we relive the rise and fall of his little village that proved time and again that “God loves the people of Chelm.”

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