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A theater graduate of San Jose State University, Ted Kopulos has been acting, directing, writing and composing for the stage for over 40 years and 110 productions.

He has had a number of original plays produced including Parlour Games, Doubles, and Golden Gates, as well as musical adaptations Kulyenchikov (from Neil Simon's Fools), and It's Your Year, Charlie Brown, which he wrote and composed for the opening of the Charles M. Schulz Museum. He also compiled and edited the final published version of the stage play The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury.

Ted's ongoing projects include the book, music, and lyrics for a new adaptation of the Dumas classic The Count of Monte Cristo, and his sporadic efforts to secure the rights to produce his musical version of Calvin and Hobbes.

A published writer of science fiction, Ted has three Star Trek short stories in Strange New Worlds Volumes IV, V & VI.

Ted's voice has been heard on South Bay radio as the "Movie Guy" and/or morning show co-host on KOME, KSJO, KHTT and on the Greg Kihn show on KFOX Radio.

As a director and actor, Ted has worked with most of the major groups in the South Bay, and co-founded TheaterWest in Los Gatos, California. You can hear other samples of Ted's music at his music website.