Mehmet S. YILDIRIM is a New York based composer, videographer, and graphic designer. He holds an M.F.A. in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. His musicals include Teach For A While (NYU / Tisch), The Day Boy and the Night Girl (Barrington Stage Company), and Apocalypse 101 (NYU / Tisch). His works have been performed at various places including Barrington Stage Company, Prospect Theater, The Times Center and 54 Below. He’s been a resident at 92Y’s Musical Theatre Lab, and a fellow at NYFA’s Immigrant Artists Program. As a videographer and graphic designer, he has worked with prominent theatres including Vineyard Theatre, PS122, and Ars Nova. His other degrees are a B.S. in Materials Engineering; and an M.A. in Architectural History, focusing on Ancient Greek and Roman Theatre. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.