American Songbook (Lincoln Center) The Songs of Scott Frankel and Michael Korie

Morning Star (Ricky Ian Gordon/William Hoffman) (OnSite Opera, NYC with members of the American Modern Ensemble (AME) orchestra)

The Royal Family (William Finn; John Rando, director)


War Paint (Broadway) (Frankel, Korie, Wright; Michael Greif; Nederlander Theatre, Broadway)

Amélie (Messé/Tysen/Lucas; Walter Kerr Theater, Broadway)

The Trouble with Doug (Maté/Aronson) (Fredericia Teater, Denmark)

Legendale (Daly/Bienstock; Fredericia Teater, Denmark)

The Grapes of Wrath (Ricky Ian Gordon/Michael Korie) Opera Theater of St Louis

Hairspray (Live) ("Miss Baltimore Crabs" and "Velma's Revenge" w/Kristin Chenoweth)

Something Rotten (Broadway)
Not my show, but I contributed one orchestration: "Right Hand Man" sung by the awesome Heidi Blickenstaff

October Sky (Michael Mahler, Marsha Norman and Aaron Thielen; Old Globe)

First Daughter Suite (Michael John LaChiusa) (co-orchestrator with Michael Starobin) (Public Theater)

Assassins (Stephen Sondheim; Jamie Lloyd, dir.) (Starring Aaron Tveit and Catherine Tate) (At the Chocolate Factory, London)

"...this superlatively acted production is as thrilling as it is bone-rattling... As nimbly orchestrated by Bruce Coughlin for an eight-piece orchestra, under the lucid musical direction of Alan Williams, it unfurls like a tattered flag rippling in an icy wind." (Isherwood, NY Times)

Urinetown (West End, London) (first-ever UK production, with expanded orchestration. Directed by Jamie Lloyd. At the Apollo)

"...even better than the Broadway production I saw back in 2001 - it’s sharp, smart, funny and disturbing." "...darkly entertaining and exceptionally sharp show." Charles Spencer, The Telegraph (London)

27 -- An opera in 5 Acts
Ricky Ian Gordon (composer), Royce Vavrek (libretto) Opera Theater of St Louis

"A Hit is a Hit is a Hit"... a "superlative world premiere"... "taut, witty and affecting" (Opera Today)