Glamorous MOLLY, bookish GERTIE and sweetly naive CECILY are thrown into the world of flappers, dances, equal voting rights, love, and loss. What happens when everything you have aspired to is taken away by war? Can their friendship survive as they fight to achieve their dreams? Written for an all-female cast, The Bachelor Girls uses 1920s style music and dance to tell a story of friendship and solidarity in extraordinary circumstances.
DMan of La Mancha tells of the adventures of a delusional Spanish knight who sallies forth on a quest to restore chivalry to the world, and to claim his lady love. Featuring such stirring songs as “Dulcinea” and the unforgettable “The Impossible Dream,” Man of La Mancha is a poignant and moving story. Winner of 5 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, one of the world’s most popular.
A new musical by Rob Urbinati, developed by Queens Theatre. In addition to being Music Director, I also created vocal arrangements and orchestrations, sheet music for rehearsal in Finale®, and performance tracks in Logic Pro X®. The Queen Bees is published by StageRights ()
Chin and Eng share a taxi medallion, a homeland, and the American Dream. When so much ties them together, what drives them apart? Based on a true incident, Prospect presents this Richard Rodgers Award-winning musical for the first time in a staged workshop production. Don't miss this opportunity to share your feedback as part of the creative process!
Music Directed for the new musical Cloned! as part of the 2014 New York Musical Theater Festival, which won the Best of Fest award. In addition to working with the vocalists and musicians, I also programmed the Keyboard book using MainStage 3®.
This allowed one keyboardist to cover Bass and Guitar parts, synth patches such as harp, theremin, strings, etc.
A wonderful Holiday treat to delight all ages! This new musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens Classic features an original score as well as many of the traditional carols we love to sing! See Scrooge and Tiny Tim and all of the timeless characters we’ve all grown to know & love. And this version includes a surprising new twist! Look for colorful production numbers and lots of dancing!
A collaboration between Teach for India and Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP). ASTEP () is a NYC based non-profit organization that "connects performing and visual artists with underserved youth in the U.S. and around the world to awaken their imaginations, foster critical thinking, and help them break the cycle of poverty."