Swinging On A Star – Music Box Theater, New York City
Blood Brothers – Music Box Theater, New York City
OFF BROADWAY (Musical Director/Pianist)
Fiorello (directed by Dan Siretta), (AMD and conductor) – starring Tony LoBianco
The Green Heart (directed by Ken Elliott), (AMD) – Variety Arts, Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC
When Pigs Fly (Pianist/MD) – Douglas Fairbanks, NYC
The Little Prince (Theatreworks, U.S.A.) (MD) – Promenade Theater, NYC
The Great Brain (Theatreworks, U.S.A.) (MD) – Promenade Theater, NYC
Dreamstuff (pianist), (Musical director, Barry Levitt) – Samuel Beckett Theater, NYC
Bring In The Morning (pianist) – Variety Arts Theater, NYC
Annie Warbucks (Reh. Pianist) – Variety Arts Theater, NYC
Children of Eden (AMD.), – staged reading Hal Prince Directors Workshop, AMAS, NYC
Fever! (directed by B.T. McNicholl, (MD) – AMAS, John Houseman Theater, NYC
Eating Raoul (Reh. Pianist) – Union Square Theater, NYC
You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (MD) – St. Barts Playhouse, Saint Peters Church, NYC
How To Succeed… (MD) – St. Barts Playhouse, Saint Peters Church, NYC
The News In Revue (M.D.) – Dels Down Under, NYC (and Lenox, MA)
Golddiggers (AMD), – staged reading – Directed by Mark Bramble
Lyres (MD), – staged reading, directed by B.T. McNicholl AMAS, – John Houseman Theater
Blood Brothers (Pianist) – Warner Theater, Washington, D.C.
Sleeping Beauty – Prince St. Players, NYC
The Little Prince – National Theater for Performing Arts
It Happened On Christmas Eve – (MD) The Westchester Broadway Theater, Elmsford,NY
REGIONAL, STOCK, COLLEGE
Can’t Stop Dancin’ Directed by Charles Strouse – Marymount Manhattan College, NY
Pal Joey (A.M.D.) Directed by Dan Siretta – Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT
The Chocolate Soldier (A.M.D.) Directed by Larry Carpenter – Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT
Godspell (A.M.D.) -With Adrian Zmed MUNY St. Louis MO,; Candlewood, CT
Reel Movies (Pianist, Backer’s Audition) – Sharon Playhouse, Sharon, CT
Gypsy (M.D.) – Tennessee Williams Center, Key West, FL
Metropolitan Music (M.D.) – Marymount Manhattan College,
Speakeasy (by Robert Nassif Lindsey) (M.D.) – Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, NY
Metropolitan Music (by Paul Scott Goodman) – Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, NY
The Streets of New York (directed by Jeffrey Dunn) – Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, NY
For Love or Funny (M.D.) – Princeton Triangle Club, McCarter Theater
Working (M.D.) – University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Fame (M.D.) – Columbia University, NYC, NY
Prince & The Pauper – O’Neill conference center; Music & Lyrics by Judd Woldin & Marc Elliott: Book by Ivan Menchell
INDUSTRIALS AND CABARET
Goodyear Tires Contempo Communications (1990)
Music directed for John Treacy Egan solo show at Laurie Beechman Theater.
Piano/Musical Director: 92nd St. Y (Lyrics and Lyricists, with Charles Strouse)
Played rehearsal piano for John Stamos in the latest revival of How To Succeed in Business
Musical directed my own song Could I Ever Be the One? sung by Dennis Yaden at the Duplex on June 22, 1998.
Musical directed a staged reading of Custody at Circle In The Square Theater on June 29th and June 30th.
Music director for Neva Small one woman show at the Actors Temple Not Just An Ingenue
Musical director: Phantom of the Opera – First ever CD produced by Theatreworks USA
Composer revue material for WhattaYa Blind and The Flip Side produced by Theater Foundation by The Blind on Theater Row, at the John Houseman Theater, NYC.
Composer children’s musicals published by Encore Performance Publishing (One Magic Christmas (click here for music clip) and The First Easter Bunny) and produced in New York.
Arranger: Prince St. Players and original rock opera (Cleopatra).
Copyist: York Theater A Doll’s Life, Merrily We Roll Along, national tour Blood Brothers
Have been on the faculty of Marymount Manhattan College, PACE, AMDA.
(Stewart Klein’s Channel 5 review of How To Succeed in Business…. at St. Barts, NYC)
AWARDS AND HONORS
- Billy Rose Foundation Award for the Musical The Human Heart
- Recipient of the Royal Society of Scholars Award.
- William Ryall’s 47 Minutes of 47 Years cabaret act, musically directed by Steven Silverstein, voted One of the Top Three Male Cabaret Vocalists and The Best Cabaret Debut By a Performer Already Accomplished in Another Field by TheaterMania (2002)
B.A. Theater, B.S. Finance University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
BMI Workshop Skip Kennon, Richard Endquist