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Bonnie Haykin Pike Edit Profile

lyricist , playwright

Bonnie Haykin Pike, American Playwright, lyricist. Recipient grant Bureau Cultural Affairs, Atlanta, 1984. Member Atlanta New Play Project (president 1986-1987), Southeastern Playwrights Project. F C.

Background

Pike, Bonnie Haykin was born on January 1, 1939 in Omaha. Daughter of Harry D. and Pauline C. (Nogg) Haykin.

Education

Bachelor, State University of New York, 1979.

Career

Instructor humanities, Paideia School, Atlanta, 1980-1983; playwright, lyricist, since 1983. Resident playwright The Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta, 1985-1988. Artisticresident Emory University, Atlanta, 1990-1991.

Resident artist Capital City Opera, Inc., Atlanta, since 1995.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (play) Three Brass Monkeys, 1983 (National Play award 1984). (jazz opera) Sweet Sweet Auburn, 1987. (cabaret) Judgement of December 23, 1992.

      (opera) Pinnochio, 1995, Merry Wives of Windsor, 1997.

Membership

Member Atlanta New Play Project (president 1986-1987), Southeastern Playwrights Project. F C.

Connections

Married Larry S. Pike, June 21, 1959. Children: Douglas H., Stacey R., Scott H.

father:
Harry D. Haykin

mother:
Pauline C. (Nogg) Haykin

spouse:
Larry S. Pike

children:
Douglas H. Pike

Stacey R. Pike

Scott H. Pike