Franz Reynold was born in Belize, but spent most of his life in Los Angeles, before relocating to New York to complete a grad degree in Dramatic Writing in 2005, at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. His work for the theater has been presented at the Los Angeles Theater Center, on the radio at KPFK and KXLU, as well as at the LA Arts Festival and The California Afro-American Museum.  He is also a published writer, primarily in the area of music journalism, having been a columnist for Latin Beat Magazine for over a decade, and contributing articles to a variety of other publications.  In the development pipeline: Quelque Chose/ Quelqu’un (Something/Someone), a play set in 1940s Paris; “One 10+” a humorous take on gentrification in Harlem; as well as a musical set against the backdrop of Black America in the 60s and 70s, and a new one-man show that dissects the legacy of a world-renowned figure.