Demo audio excerpts (mp3s) are available for many of these works; visit the audio samples page for links and more details. A CD demo of my theater composing experience is also available; email me for details.
Click here for a list of my "classical" (and non-theater-related) compositions.
She's Of A Certain Age, by Susan Charlotte, directed by Chris Hart and Tony Marsellis. Composer of original music (also sound designer). Off-Broadway at the Beckett Theater on Theatre Row (NYC) (May-June 2012).
Ghost Light, six short plays (different playwrights and directors) produced by The Shelter. Live piano and trumpet accompaniment. Gloria Maddox Theatre (NYC) (March 2013).
Revolution!, book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Valentina Fratti. Robert Moss Theatre as part of Planet Connections Theater Festival (June 2010).
The Green Manifesto, book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Valentina Fratti. New York International Fringe Festival (Minetta Lane Theater) (August 2009).
Love Stinks, a song-cycle / cabaret piece with book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Valentina Fratti. Public Theatre (Shevi Theater as part of the 2009 Summer Play Festival.) (July 2009).
Pocket Change, a short musical-comedy piece about the current financial crisis, with book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Valentina Fratti. Performed as part of the Shortened Attention Span Festival in the Players Theatre Loft (NYC). (March 2009.)
Mountain Jews, book and lyrics by Tuvia Tenenbom, produced by the Jewish Theater of New York at the Triad Theater (NYC). (November 2008- February 2009.)
Ripcords, with book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Gregg Wiggins, NY International Fringe Festival (NYC). (August 2008).
Charlie Chang and The Mysterious Salami, with book and lyrics by Anne Berlin, directed by Tony Spinoza. WINNER, "Golden Pineapple" award for "worst musical" as part of the Bad Musicals Festival, NY Artists Unlimited (NYC). (July-August 2008).
The Tragedie of Macbeth, directed by Charles Gerber, produced at the Workshop Theater (NYC). (January 2007).
Niya Tey Soung, by David M. Mead, directed by Arian Blanco, produced at the Workshop Theater (NYC). (June-July 2006).
Sideways Stories from Wayside School, by John Olive, adapted from the stories by Louis Sachar, produced by the New Acting Company at the Children's Aid Society Theater in Greenwich Village, NYC, directed by Stephen Michael Rondel. (April-May 2006).
Kabbalah, book and lyrics by Tuvia Tenenbom, produced by the Jewish Theater of New York at the Triad Theater (NYC). (November-December 2005.)
Jane Ho, written by John Pollatta, directed by Arian Blanco, produced by the Hudson Exploited Theatre Company at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row. (November 2005.)
The Cherry Orchard: Firs' Dream, directed and adapted by Sonoko Kawahara, produced at the Connelly Theater (NYC) as part of the Chekhov Now! festival. (October 2004).
Mrs. Warren's Profession (G. B. Shaw), directed by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, produced at the Looking Glass Theatre (NYC) (Feb.-March 2003)
Right Beside The Cockroach Hall of Fame, original 10-minute comic musical written in collaboration with Elizabeth Levy, performed by Raw Impressions Musical Theater Group at La Mama (NYC) (January 2003).
Cooper Savage, written by Bash Halow, directed by Blake Lawrence, produced by Emerging Artists Theatre; West End Theatre (NYC) (June-July 2002.)
Glamour, written by John O'Keefe, produced by Undermain Theater; composer of original music and sound designer, Ohio Theatre (NYC) (April 2002.)
Here I Go, One-Act original opera/musical (book and lyrics by Thaddeus Strassenberger) about 9/11; staged reading at La Mama, etc. by Raw Impressions Musical Theater Group (February 2002).
Radio Radio, Old School Theater Company, staged workshop in February, 2002; additional performances at 2002 NYC Fringe Festival.
Preview of Murder, Old School Theater Company, NYC Fringe Festival. Composer of original music (played live), pianist, music director (August 2001). Additional performances at Orlando (FL) Fringe Festival (May 2002).
The Legendary St. Vincent Design, Wings Theater (NYC). Composer of incidental music, sound designer (July-August 2001).
A Streetcar Named Desire, Northern Stage Company (White River Junction, VT). Sound Designer/Composer of original music (2000).
The City Wears a Slouch Hat, Old School Theater Company, NYC Fringe Festival. Music director, conductor, composer of additional music. (2000) See under listing for Music Director in my bio.
One Must Do What One Must Do, drag-cabaret at La Mama, etc. starring Lance Cruce and Chris Tanner. Composer of Original Songs, Music Director, Pianist/Accompanist (1999).
What We Don't Confess, The Producers' Club, Tony Vellela (playwright), Gary Bernstein, Roger Alan Gindi (producers). Composer of incidental music (1998).
The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Actors' Company Theater. Composer of incidental Music and Music Director/Pianist (1995).
Play On!, You Are Here! Productions. Incidental Music (1995).
In addition to composing music for theater, I also have experience music directing productions; these credits are listed in my bio.