Ralph Tufo

Ralph Tufo has written several short plays, over 50 songs, and a musical about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina entitled The Katrina Roadhouse which was performed in September, 2015 at the Winthrop School of Performing Arts. He’s had several staged readings of plays at the following venues: North Shore Community College, Internal Matter in South Boston, and the Community Church of Boston. His play Wrong Place, Right Time was produced at the Boston Playwright’s Platform Festival in June, 2017. His play It’s Getting Old was a recent finalist in the Prescott Park Arts 30 Days/30 Pages Contest. He is producing and directing his latest musical comedy I’d Rather Be Lucky than Good in mid-October, 2018 in Winthrop, MA. It’s about golf, fate, and friendship.

Ralph is a retired college professor and has been a professional musician for over 35 years. His band, the Squeezebox Stompers, tours throughout New England. He has released 11 CD recordings and has received four Boston Music Awards.