Troy Britton Johnson

Troy Britton Johnson

Current writing projects include a musical adaptation of the award winning novel “Drag Teen”, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell; “Belles”, based on the documentary “Southern Belle” in development with the Alliance Theater; Howard, a new musical based on the life of Howard Hughes; and C’mon Get Happy, incorporating the catalogue of music from “The Partridge Family” TV series. He is the writer of “The Voice: Neon Dreams”, featuring stars of NBC’s “The Voice” slated for residency in Las Vegas, as well as Broadway Bares, the annual fundraiser that has raised over 19 million dollars for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Troy is also developing projects for the stage with Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group. Formerly an actor, he created the role of Robert Martin on Broadway in the Tony winning The Drowsy Chaperone, and other Broadway credits include Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees, Elvis in The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public and the original company of The Will Rogers Follies. He originated the role of Corny Collins in the first national tour and Los Angeles companies of Hairspray, and played Teddy Slaughter in the national tour of The Full Monty. Off-Broadway, he played Craig Prince in Charles Busch’s infamous Vampire Lesbians of Sodom. He attended UNC-Chapel Hill and holds his degree in theater from New York University.

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