Musical Theater

Tim Rosser

Tim Rosser is a composer and freelance music director. Credits include: composer of several musicals with bookwriter/lyricist Charlie Sohne, “The Boy Who Danced on Air” (2014 NAMT Writers Residency, 2013 NAMT Festival of New Works, 2013 Rodgers Award Finalist, 2013 ART/NY and NYTB Workshop), “The Profit of Creation” (2011 Yale Institute for Musical Theater, one of ten finalists for the O’Neill Music Theater Conference 2011 and 2012, developed at The Lark and through ASCAP’s 2010 Johnny Mercer Songwriters Program) and the short musical Political Speeches (The Culture Project’s IMPACT Series). Tim is also the music director for the BC/EFA benefit BROADWAY BACKWARDS (at the Palace and Al Hirschfeld Theaters on Broadway), the associate music director for I AM HARVEY MILK at Avery Fischer Hall, has played keyboards for ROCKY and THE ADDAMS FAMILY on Broadway and CARRIE at the Lucille Lortel, and rehearsal piano for A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER at the Walter Kerr and LITTLE ME in City Center’s ENCORES! Series.


The Boy Who Danced on Air
The Profit of Creation

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