FOUR the Play


Clé Holly


Clé Holly, JD, LL.M, is an author, composer, and singer-songwriter. Clé draws upon her unique and creative background to write musicals which feature smart, complex female characters. Clé is a graduate of Dartmouth College, the University of Chicago Law School, and the University of Houston Law Center, where as a Dean’s Scholar she was awarded the Neibel Scholarship for academic excellence in health law in 2015, and the Goldstein Award for Health Law Writing in April 2017.

One of her works, PARALLEL LINES, was recognized in February 2020 as one of the top unproduced musicals in the country (“Producers Pick List 2019”), and another new work, the original musical “Stretch”, was also recognized by The Bechdel Group in 2020 for its positive portrayals of women. “American Standard” is a play without music, set in Cincinnati in the Fall of 2020, during quarantine, and “Four” follows a string quartet as its members contemplate its future. “Four” will have its World Premiere in June 2023 at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, followed thereafter by a run at the renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2023.

Clé is an Associate Member of the Dramatists Guild and a Member of the American Society of Composers, Arrangers, and Publishers (“ASCAP”). Clé is also an Associate Producer of the acclaimed independent film “Our Son” (2023), starring Billy Porter and Luke Evans, and an investor in feature films to debut in 2024. Additional information may be found at

Loch Lyle Music Publishing & Muse Picholine Media


Loch Lyle Music Publishing & Muse Picholine Media are two of the music and film industries’ emerging lights. Together, the Companies seek to nurture new talent and fund new ideas in pop music and independent cinema. This year, in addition to co-producing independent films, the Companies are proud to be involved in the production of FOUR.

KM Jones

KM Jones

Director, the Industry Readings

KM Jones is a well-known personality in the New York arts world, with a variety of roles including producer, director, and artistic director. She champions diversity, inclusivity, LGBTQIA+ and Neuro-divergence in Theatre/Film. Previously a co-executive VP of the League of Professional Theatre Women, she now serves on the board and has held positions at revered institutions like TRU, Workshop Theatre Company, and The Actors Studio Playwrights and Directors Unit. AEA & SDC member.