Wayne Horvitz
Selected Works for Theater and Dance

Score for Invisible Ink based on the life of Mara Hari.  Directed by Nikki Apino, Choreography by Wade Madsen, and produced by House of Dames.  Premiere at On The Boards, Seattle.  (2002)

Town Mouse and Country Mouse:  A musical adaptation of the classic Aesopís fable.  Script by Todd Jefferson Moore.  Music and Lyrics by Wayne Horvitz.   Comissioned by and premiered at the Seattle International Childrenís Festival, May 2001.  Featuring Reggie Watts and Danny Barnes.

Score for The Professor, The Puppet, and The Executioner.  Written and performed by Todd Jefferson Moore.  Directed by Nikki Apino.  Premiered April 2001, ACT Theater, Seattle.

Score for Death of a Salesman, ACT Theater, Seattle.  Directed by Gordon Edelstein. (1998)

Musical director and composer, The Last Paving Stone, by Y. York, directed by Mark Lutwak.  Idaho Theater for Youth. (1998)

Live Score for Broken Day by Choreographer Crispin Spaeth (with Julian Priester and Eyvind Kang).  Performed at On The Boards and Oberlin College. (1997)

Three year collaboration with choreographer Liz Lerman for evening length work Shehechianu.  Premiere of final work at Washington D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater. (1997)

Community based performance work with choreographer Liz Lerman in Portsmouth, N.H.  One month residency in Portsmouth working with local marching band, women's choir, tap dancers and others.  Composed and recorded electronic works for dancers, choral work for the choir based on Hebrew text, and two 8-10 minute pieces for marching band.   All works were performed various times during the last week and all together on the Final Sunday entitled Portsmouth Pages - The Shipyard Project. 90 minute documentary for NH PBS, aired in spring 1999. (1997)

Music for Bill Irwin's Broadway show Strictly NY.  Also performed throughout the US.

Music of OZ by choreographer Paul Taylor in collaboration with the White Oak Dance Company.

Music for Ezra Pound's Elektra and the American premier of Harold Pinter's Mountain Language. Both works directed by Carey Perloff.