Member since: April 13, 2012
Timothy Huang is a composer, lyricist, and Asian dude. Not necessarily in that order.
His full length musicals include Costs of Living (2012 American Harmony Prize finalist) And the Earth Moved (Finalist, NMTN’s New Voices Prize), Death and Lucky (MacDowell fellowship), LINES: A Song Cycle (NYMF 2008). Timothy is the composer/lyricist of the award winning one-person musical The View From Here (cast album recorded by Shonn Wiley and available on iTunes).
Other works include: Timothy Huang: Chinese or Crazy? (NYTB at the D-Lounge), Crossing Over (National Asian Artists’ Project “Discover: New Musicals”), 2 to Wakefield (York 4@15 with UC Irvine), Short Story Long: The Songs of Timothy Huang (York Theater, NEO Spotlight Series), Changing Times (York 4@15 with NYU Steinhardt) Missing Karma (Prospect Theatre). A Relative Relationship (BMI Musical Theater Workshop).
Timothy has been a regular participant in TNT Music's Are You Working On Something New concert series at Don't Tell Mama and his song Everything I Do You Do, with (co-lyricist Sara Wordsworth) was recorded by Sutton Foster and Stephanie Bast for the album Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project (amazon.com, Barnes and Noble et al)
Timothy was listed as one of TaiwaneseAmerican.org's "100 Passionate People" and as such does not take anyone seriously who uses the word "supposebly" or says "I could care less" when they really mean "I couldn't care less." He thinks forgetting your first name isn't any more an indication that he don't know you than remembering it is an indication he does. He chooses his words very carefully. He might just be messing with you, but you're probably just paranoid. See what he did there?
Timothy holds an MFA in Musical Theater Writing from NYU/Tisch GMTWP, is a member of the Musical Theater lab at BMI and a proud fellow of the MacDowell artist colony. www.timothyhuang.net