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Jordan Allen-Dutton and Erik Weiner are long-time friends and writing partners whose collaboration began at NYU where they co-created and starred in The Bomb-itty of Errors, a hip-hop musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy, which went on to Off-Broadway (1999), the West End (2002), and continues to play around the world.

From the success of Bomb-itty, Jordan and Erik were invited to the Sundance Screenwriting Lab and co-created and starred in the MTV sketch comedy series, Scratch & Burn.

Together, they've written on 5 seasons of the Emmy-winning series, Robot Chicken, including the Star Wars Special, and have been nominated for three Emmys for their writing.

Their latest musical, nerds, with music by Hal Goldberg, won Barrymore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Original Music and is coming to Broadway in 2016.
Jordan graduated from Tisch at NYU in '99 as a recipient of the Artist Scholar Award.

He has also created original pilots for FOX, Comedy Central, Sony and Disney. He lives in Los Angeles with his lovely wife Mesha and amazing daughter, Lavinia.
Erik won a Peabody Award for his writing on CNN Heroes.

As an actor, he won a SAG Award playing Agent Sebso on HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Other roles include Unscripted, Brown Sugar, The New Normal, and he had one line on The Sopranos. He lives in LA with his wonderful wife, Kerry, and delightful daughter, Roxy.