Joe Kinosian is the co- recipient of Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award recognizing Murder for Two as Best new Musical following its record-breaking run at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; Joe was also nominated for Best Actor as The Suspects.
Murder for Two had its off-Broadway premiere at Second Stage Uptown, going on to a year-long run at new World Stages. Joe’s work with Kellen Blair has been showcased at The Kennedy Center, The York Theatre, and on Broadway at the Theatre World Awards. Joe received the ASCAP Foundation Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award and the Harrington Award from the BMI Workshop. Joe also appeared in Dirty Blonde with Emily Skinner (Hangar Theater) and the NYC premiere of Dear Edwina off-Broadway. kinosianandblair.com
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