Screen credits include appearances on
Late Nite with Conan O'Brien, SNL, Yongsoo Park's Free
Country (Jason Kim), The Accident (with Amy Acker and Sarah
Clarke) and HBO's
The Soprano's. Timothy is also a voice behind the Chiclets
campaign: Five Words That Sound Dirty But Aren't, and the Snapple
White Tea farmer.
As a writer, Timothy has written book and lyrics for the one act musical
And Then There Were Two with composer Carl Fernstrum (NYU/GMTWP),
and music for the one acts Breathing Mars with playwright Liz Duffy
Adams (Warning: Not For Broadway or the Met Either) and Kissing Nick
with playwright Catherine Ward (Raw Impressions Musical Theatre Workshop).
His first full-length, So Far, So Good, for which he wrote music
and lyrics, prompted him to go to NYU a second time for his MFA in musical
theatre writing. His second full length and graduate thesis, And the
Earth Moved was a finalist for the National Music Theatre Network's
New Voices Prize in 2004 and one of the top five audience favorites in
the 2004 New York Musical Theatre Festival, which hosted its premiere
Elizabeth Lucas (Book collaboration/Director, Premiere Production, NYMF 2005)
Elizabeth Lucas has developed new musicals
for the theatre at every stage. Among her many theatre credits, her
Midwest premiere of
Hello Again won two After Dark Awards and was recommended for a
Jefferson Award. Her productions of
Footloose and Jekyll & Hyde were recently seen at
Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. She has directed readings and workshops at
Makor, The York Theatre, The Directors Company, Musical Writers Playground
and others, all with Broadway-level talent. Favorite stage directing
Nine, Kiss of the Spider Woman and the Marta Kauffman/David
Rapunzel. For more information on Elizabeth, please visit
David Epstein (Music Director)
In 2000, David
graduated NYU with a degree in Jazz Performance, earning the Jazz
Student Of The Year Award. His first major gig ?a weekly duo hit at
the world-famous Birdland jazz club, lasting four and a half years ?
led the way for other performances there, including opening for a Lee
Morgan tribute and sharing the New Year's Eve stage with Little Jimmy
made at SUNY Purchase, where he received a Masters with highest honors
in May 2004, David has gone on to perform with Ray Vega and Jon Faddis,
with Ray at his weekly gig at Kavehaz and with Jon, most recently, at
the IAJE conference in NY.
David was the
pianist at the National Arts Club's presentation of its Medal of Honor
to Dave Brubeck in 2003. He has also performed abroad in Switzerland ,
Israel , Italy , and Greece .
Meredith Patterson (Associate Producer) is proudly making
her theatrical producing debut. She recently produced, composed, and
recorded her debut album MerieNYC (due in November). She
continues to be very successful acting in such notable projects as the
films Broken Flowers with Bill Murray and Disney's The Princess
Diaries II. She's starred in Steve Martin's play
The Underpants (Geffen Playhouse), Julie Andrews directorial debut as
Polly in The Boyfriend (Bay Street Theatre), and starred as Peggy
in the recent Broadway revival of 42nd St. Meredith just played
Katie Brown in the reading of Calamity Jane and will be reprising
her role as Judy Haynes in White Christmas in L.A.
Byrnes (Trumpet/Sam) has been a trumpeter and composer in New
York City since 1998. He has played and written for various
Candiria, Budd Dwyer, Romance and Friendly Bears.
He currently resides in Washington Heights.
(Lighting Designer) Off-Broadway: Pieces (of Ass),
Ears on a Beatle, Sholom Aleichem - Now You're Talking,
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder, Cooper Savage,
and the revival of Shopping and Fucking. Opera and
regional theatre: Chicago, Portland, Baltimore, Miami and around the
country. Festival and installation designs: The Tribeca Film
Festival, New York Musical Theatre Festival, and The New
York Fringe Festival. Awards: 2005 NY IT Award Outstanding
Lighting Design, 2001 Portland Drammy Award Best Lighting Design, and
2000 OOBR Award Best Production. Daniel is a graduate of
(Production Assistant) graduated from Washington University
in St. Louis in 2000 with degrees in Economics and Marketing.
Following three years in finance, he moved to the Tri-State area in
2004 to pursue a career in entertainment marketing. He worked for
an independent music label for a year and was a producer of Timothy
Huang's And the Earth Moved in the inaugural NYMF 2004.
Justin is excited about this year's show, and thanks Tim for his
writing and for the opportunity. He also thanks Winnie,
Nikki, and Tasha for their strength and support.
(Casting Director) NYMF: 6 Women With Brain Death,
Project Footlight, Bingo City, and The Woman Upstairs (2004).
Other credits include Joy (Off-Broadway), The Unauthorized
Autobiography of Samantha Brown (Makor) and Douglas J. Cohen and
Cheryl Davis's new musical Barnstormer. Michael is
presently at work directing a reading of a new musical called Bump
in the Road, taking place as part of NYMF on 9/29. Please
(Stage Manager) Broadway Credits: Carousel (LCT),
Chronicle of a Death Foretold (LCT), The Capeman, Miss
Saigon, Grease!, Phantom of the Opera, Lion King,
Aida (Disney), Wonderful Town. National Tours:
The World Goes 'Round, Secret Garden, Phantom of the
Opera, Carousel, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down
the Wind. Broadway performance credits: The King & I
with Yul Brynner, Smile by Marvin Hamlisch.