I had such a blast scoring "Damn Yankees" for Goodspeed Musicals. Opening night showed the quick thinking of actor Danny Lindgren when he found himself having to make the quick decision whether to let a baseball bat fly into the audience or grab it and fall into the pit. He chose the latter… Kudos to Dave Keiser for playing the rest of that show with a bent trombone slide. True professionals. One of my favorite shows I've ever scored.
has orchestrated music for Julie Andrews, The Jim Henson Company, Rosie O'Donnell, Live Theatricals at Universal Studios, Manhattan Concert Productions, and for composers Paul Williams, Jerry Herman, Harvey Schmitt, Mark Hollman, Peter Link, Charles Strouse and Stephen Schwartz. His work has been heard on Broadway, Carnegie Hall, London's West End, national & European tours and at regional theaters across the country including over 50 productions at Goodspeed Musicals. He's a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and Oberlin Conservatory of Music.