Timothy Huang is a composer, lyricist and Asian dude.
He lives in New York City and fancies himself a playwright whose finished work just happens to be musical.
He will probably not adapt a 90s romantic comedy for the Broadway stage any time soon
(although if you have one in mind, and you would like to pay him a ton of cash, he’d gladly meet you for lunch to discuss.)
Timothy was featured in
as part of their 100 Passionate People Project in 2011 and has written a bunch of different things, some of which people talk about.
His song "Everything I Do You Do" (with co-lyricist Sara Wordsworth) was part of the
Broadway Lullaby Project album featuring Sutton Foster and Stephanie Bast (available on amazon.com and other online retailers.)
He is the composer/lyricist of the one-person musical The View from Here (cast album available on iTunes, CDBaby and Amazon.com),
which premiered at the 2005 New York Musical Theatre Festival.
("A haunting melodic quality that seems torn from the annals of the Great American Songbook, populated by such folks as George Gershwin and Harold Arlen." – Backstage)
Timothy’s most recent work, Costs of Living, (2012 American Harmony Prize finalist) is one part American Idiot (the album, not the show),
one part Golden Child (the play, not the movie) and two parts The Other Wes Moore.
Which, no kidding, you should Google right now.
He is also the author of the musicals And the Earth Moved (Finalist, 2004 National Music Theater Network’s New Voices Prize,
2004 NYMF Audience Award), Death and Lucky (MacDowell fellowship), and LINES: A Song Cycle (NYMF ‘08).
His work has been performed in concert as part of New York Theatre Barn’s NYTB at the D-Lounge and The York Theater’s NEO Spotlight Series,
as well as TNT Music’s Are You Working on Something New series.
Timothy's shorter works include Crossing Over (National Asian Artist Project's Discover: New Musicals),
2 to Wakefield (York 4@15 with UC Irvine), Changing Times (York 4@15 with NYU Steinhardt)
and A Relative Relationship (TNT Music Productions).
Timothy holds an MFA in Musical Theater Writing from NYU/Tisch GMTWP,
is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre Advanced workshop and a proud fellow of the MacDowell artist colony.
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- NYTB Benefit 2012 - "I Can't Believe I'm Here" from COSTS OF LIVING - 04:37
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