Paul Cozby

Playwright and Musical Writer

New York, New York


University of Texas at Austin




  • Award-winning playwright and creator of original musicals   
  • Finalist, 2014 Eugene O’Neill Center National Musical Theater Workshop


Paul Cozby is a former writer for LiveAbout. Based in New York City, Paul is an award-winning playwright and the creator of several original musicals, including Panther City and Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl. 

Previously, Paul was a reporter and editor for publications including the Arlington Daily, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the European Stars and Stripes, and the Fort Worth Business Press. He has over three decades of experience in journalism, public relations, and non-profit communications.


Paul received a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. 

Awards and Publications
  • Selected Plays and Musicals: The Dancing Princess, Babes at Sea, Panther City, Herbert Hoover High School Presents - Cyranose! The Musical, The Day Traders, The Fish Wrappers
  • Finalist, 2014 Eugene O’Neill Center National Musical Theater Workshop 
  • Featured in the 2016 Sound Bites 10-Minute Musical Festival 

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