S.P. MONAHAN is a Brooklyn-based playwright and performer, best known for writing and starring in the one-man musical DIVA (winner of the 2013 United Solo Award for Best Musical and Backstage Magazine’s Audience Choice Award), which was later expanded into the critically acclaimed DIVA: LIVE FROM HELL (music & lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen). Other plays include AUNT JACK (Empire Stage), RODHAM/SADE (HERE Arts Center), LITTLE MAC, LITTLE MAC, YOU’RE THE VERY MAN! (written w/ James Presson, Less Than Rent Theatre), GALLOWS TREE (Winner Best One-Act 2012, Manhattan Repertory Theatre), and THANK YOU, FIFTEEN (Fordham University). As an actor, S.P. has appeared regularly on stages across New York since age 10, with a smattering of television appearances thrown in for good measure. S.P. originated the role of Jimmy the Newsboy in TIMES SQUARE ANGEL by legendary king of camp Charles Busch, and S.P. continues to play the role annually at New York’s historic Theater for the New City.