Jack Mitchell is an award-winning composer, songwriter, music director, producer, and arranger for children's media and musical theatre based in Brooklyn, NY.
Current children's media projects include original songs, arrangements, and scoring for The Story Pirates Podcast from Gimlet Media/Spotify, winner of the 2020 Webby and 2019 iHeartRadio awards for Best Kids and Family Podcast, where his work has been praised by celebrities such as Lin-Manuel Miranda, and live scoring for the new comedy game show, "Don't Break the Rules" from Pinna Audio.
Musical theatre works in development include THE WRONG AMERICAN!, with Alexandra Petri (Washington Post) and WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD BOOK with Maryanne Melloan Woods, based on the celebrated children's book by Lauren Child. Additional TYA credits include STONE SOUP: THE MUSICAL co-written with Jason Blitman. Jack's music has been seen and heard nationally on NPR, Sirius/XM Radio, ME-TV, and at The Foundation for New American Musicals in LA, The Utah Symphony, The Green Room 42, and The Kennedy Center. Jack is a proud graduate of Northwestern University, a member of the advanced class of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, and the Director/MD of the Late-Night Cabaret at Williamstown Theatre Festival.