In this installment of “Comparing Notes,” a blog series in which I interview other composer/lyricists about their work in musical theater, I talk to Noel Katz about his work, background, and upcoming revue. Many thanks to Noel, and to editor Adewunmi Oke!
HowlRound has published an article in which I interview my former composition teacher, Steven L. Rosenhaus. We discuss the book he co-authored with Allen Cohen, “Writing Musical Theater,” as well as his own musical. This is the beginning of a new blog series, “Comparing Notes,” in which I will interview a variety of theater professionals … More On HowlRound: “Comparing Notes” with Dr. Steven L. Rosenhaus
On February 27, Composers Circle will feature “A Dream Within a Dream,” the final movement of my song cycle, Dreams of Edgar Allan Poe. The song cycle was composed for soprano Myra Cordell, who sings on the featured recording. Ms. Cordell was accompanied on the piano by Eugene Brister.
“Writing Musical Theatre’s Future, While Looking Into the Past: a Conversation between Donald H. Sanborn III and James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director of the York Theatre Company.” In this interview published by HowlRound, James Morgan reminisced about his history with the York. He also discussed the company’s mission of nurturing new musicals, while giving shows … More On HowlRound: a Conversation with James Morgan
Published by HowlRound on October 29,2015, this article offers a brief history of the Lerner & Loewe musical Gigi, placing the recent revival in context of the show’s evolution.
Donald H. Sanborn III has written an article, “Gigi, ‘What Miracle Has Made You the Way You Are?” which was published by HowlRound in October of 2015. In addition, Mr. Sanborn is co-editing a biography of composer Frederick Loewe, and edits a monthly Devotional for the Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers. A a composer, Mr. … More