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About the Author

Author Info

Glen C. Kinnaird is a playwright and author living in New York City with his best friend, Tony the Theatre Dog. The idea for this new children’s book series came in 2010 when Glen and Tony joined friends who were rehearsing a national tour of a well-known Broadway show. Tony was an instant sensation with the cast and crew and was soon nicknamed, "Tony the Theatre Dog." His first adventure story was developed to be inclusive and educate children about the world of performing arts from Tony's perspective. Tony and his new friends teach readers what it takes to put on a really cool show! Before moving to New York City in 2006 to follow a dream of becoming a playwright and author, Kinnaird earned a B. A. in Communications and Public Relations along with a degree in Theatre, specifically playwriting and writing for performance from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He would like to thank his parents Leon and Clara Kinnaird and his sister Layneigha Kinnaird for supporting his dreams throughout his life.

 

News

https://alabamanewscenter.com/2019/07/26/gardendales-tony-the-theatre-dog-brings-stage-to-life-for-kids/

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Events

https://www.littleprofessorhomewood.com/events/2019/11/24/glenn-kinnaird-signing-tony-the-theater-dog

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