Lloyd J. Schwartz has an extensive career in all media. At the age of 25, he was the youngest producer in network television. He and his father, Sherwood Schwartz (the creator of “The Brady Bunch”) were one of the only father-son producing teams in television. Since then, he has have written and directed historical plays about Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and John Wilkes Booth
Schwartz’s latest play, a one-woman show entitled “Independence” about the life of Dr. Mary Walker, the only woman to win the Congressional Medal of Honor, will premiere in Seneca Falls, NY as part of the annual Convention Days celebration on July 13-16, 2017.
Schwartz spoke with FingerLakes1.com’s Jim Sinicropi on Thursday morning about his career and why Seneca Falls is the perfect venue to debut his latest work…
With his wife, Barbara, Lloyd co-founded the Storybook Little Theatre in Los Angeles 31 years ago and has written, composed and/or directed all 18 of their original productions. He received one of the inaugural Red Carpet Awards from Women in Theatre. Lloyd and his wife have been honored by the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives and the City of Los Angeles for their contributions to the youth of Los Angeles.
For more information on the premiere of “Independence”, call 315-568-5838 and for the full Convention Days weekend schedule visit www.ConventionDays.com.