Peter M. Krask is the librettist of With Blood, With Ink, which, prior to its triumphant professional premiere at the Fort Worth Opera Festival in 2014, has been twice featured on New York City Opera’s VOX festival, as well as been performed in universities around the country. Other works include: The Language of Birds, commissioned by Sarasota Opera; Rendezvous of Light premiered in a production he also directed and designed; an adaptation of Calvino’s Invisible Cities; and From the Diary of Kaspar Hauser, The Child of Europe.
His non-fiction essay, The Question I Asked Him, opens the anthology The Man I Might Become and his memoir, The Way the Stars Come Home, was included in the anthology Wrestling with the Angel. He has written features and criticism for The Baltimore Sun, The City Paper, and The Boston Phoenix. Peter M. Krask holds a Master’s Degree in Criticism from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.
Also a photographer, Krask has studied at the International Center of Photography and is mentored by photographer Carol Dragon, with whom he collaborated on the exhibition “life . . . still.” His project, Ars Longa, was exhibited at Gallery Infinito. An excerpt of his photo and text work-in-progress, Modern Devotional, was shown at the Superfine Art Fair sponsored by Arthouse NYC.
Peter M. Krask is also the owner and Creative Director of Peter M. Krask Design, Ltd.
He lives in New York City.