Other Works

  • lyricist of the Broadway Musical ONCE ON THIS ISLAND (1995)
  • lyricist of the Broadway Musical MY FAVORITE YEAR
  • lyricist of the Off-Broadway Musical LUCKY STIFF (1990)
  • lyricist of the Broadway Musical RAGTIME (1998)
  • lyricist of stage musical A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Alan Menken composer)
  • Ragtime (lyrics)
  • (2006) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "Dessa Rose", was performed at the Apple Tree Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Carla Beard and Susan Moniz in the cast. The crew included Mark Lococo (director) and Doug Peck (musical director).
  • (2007) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "My Favorite Year", was performed at the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Michael Mahler and Kevin Mayes in the cast. David Zak was the director.
  • (2007) Stephen Flaherty and she adapted E.L. Doctorow's novel, "Ragtime", into a musical at the Porchlight Music Theatre in Chicago, Ilinois with Charissa Armon, Jayson Brooks and Aaron Graham in the cast. The crew included L. Walter Stearns (director), Brenda Didier (choreographer) and Eugene Dizon (musical director).
  • (2008) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "A Man of No Importance", was performed at the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kevin Mayes and Nancy Kolton in the cast. The crew included Scott Ferguson (director) and Robert Ollis (musical director).
  • (2008-2009 Season) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "Once on This Island", was performed at the Porchlight Music Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Brenda Didier was the choreographer.
  • (2009-2010 Season) Stephen Flaherty and her musical adaptation of E.L. Doctorow's novel, "Ragtime", was performed at the Drury Lane Productions in Chicago, Illinois with Quentin Earl Darrington, Cory Goodrich, Mark David Kaplan and 'Valisia LeKae' in the cast. Rachel Rockwell was the director. Kevin Depinet was the scenic designer. Jesse Klug was the lighting designer. Sage Carter was the projections designer. Roberta Duchak was the musical director.
  • (2009-2010 Season) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "The Glorious Ones", was performed at the Bohemian Theatre Ensemble in Chicago, Illinois with Eric Damon Smith, Danni Smith and Dana Tretta in the cast. Stephen Genovese was the director. Theresa Ham was the costume designer. Nick Sula was the musical director.
  • Seussical (2000). Musical comedy. Book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Music by Stephen Flaherty. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Eric Idle. Based on the works of Dr. Seuss. Music orchestrated by Doug Besterman. Musical Director: David Holcenberg. Dance arrangements by David Chase. Vocal arrangements by Stephen Flaherty. Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Associate Director: Stafford Arima. Associate Choreographer: Robert Ashford and Joey Pizzi. Directed by Rob Marshall. Richard Rodgers Theatre: 30 Nov 2000- 20 May 2001 (198 performances + 34 previews that began on 1 Nov 2000). Cast: Kevin Chamberlin (as "Horton the Elephant"), Anthony Blair Hall (as "JoJo"), Janine LaManna (as "Gertrude McFuzz"), Michele Pawk (as "Mayzie LaBird"), David Shiner (as "The Cat in the Hat") [from 1 Nov 2000- 11 Mar 2001], Eric Devine (as "General Genghis Kahn Schmitz"), Eddie Korbich (as "Grandpa Who"), Alice Playten (as "Mrs. Mayor"), Sharon Wilkins (as "Sour Kangaroo"), Stuart Zagnit (as "The Mayor of Whoville"), Joyce Chittick (as "Cat's Helper/Ensemble"), Jennifer Cody (as "Cat's Helper/Ensemble"), Eric Devine (as "Ensemble"), Natascia A. Díaz (as "Bird Girl/Ensemble"), David Engel (as "Wickersham Brother/Ensemble"), Sara Gettelfinger (as "Bird Girl/Ensemble"), Justin Greer (as "Cat's Helper/Ensemble"), Ann Harada (as "Marshal of the Court/Ensemble"), Catrice Joseph-Hart [credited as Catrice Joseph] (as "Bird Girl/Ensemble"), Andrew Keenan-Bolger (as "JoJo Alternate"), Eddie Korbich (as "Ensemble"), Mary Ann Lamb (as "Cat's Helper/Ensemble"), Darren Lee (as "Cat's Helper/Vlad Vladikoff/Ensemble"), Monique L. Midgette (as "Grandma Who/Ensemble"), Casey Nicholaw (as "Ensemble"), Tom Plotkin (as "Wickersham Brother/Ensemble"), Devin Richards (as "Judge Yertle the Turtle/Ensemble"), William Ryall (as "The Grinch/Ensemble"), Jerome Vivona (as "Cat's Helper/Ensemble"), Sharon Wilkins (as "Ensemble"), Eric Jordan Young (as "Wickersham Brother/Ensemble"). Swings: Shaun Amyot, Jenny Hill, Michelle Kittrell, David Lowenstein. Standby: Bryan Batt (as "The Cat in the Hat"). Understudies: Shaun Amyot (as "Cat's Helper/Vlad Vladikoff/Wickersham Brother"), Sara Gettelfinger (as "Mayzie LaBird"), Ann Harada (as "Mrs. Mayor"), Jenny Hill (as "Bird Girl/Cat's Helper/Gertrude McFuzz/Marshal of the Court"), Catrice Joseph (as "Sour Kangaroo"), Michelle Kittrell (as "Bird Girl/Cat's Helper"), David Lowenstein (as "Cat's Helper/Judge Yertle the Turtle/The Grinch/Wickersham Brother"), Monique Midgette (as "Sour Kangaroo"), Casey Nicholaw (as "Horton the Elephant/The Mayor of Whoville"), William Ryall (as "General Genghis Kahn Schmitz"), Eric Jordan Young (as "The Cat in the Hat"). Produced by SFX Theatrical Group, Barry & Fran Weissler and Universal Studios. Produced in association with Kardana-Swinsky Productions, Hal Luftig and Michael Watt.
  • Ragtime (2009). Musical drama (revival). Book by Terrence McNally. Music by Stephen Flaherty. Based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow. Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Choreographed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Associate Director: Josh Walden. Associate Choreographer: Josh Walden. Music orchestrated by William David Brohn. Musical Director: James Moore. Directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Neil Simon Theatre: 15 Nov 2009- 10 Jan 2010 (65 performances + 28 previews that began on 23 Oct 2009). Cast: Ron Bohmer (as "Father"), Christopher Cox (as "The Little Boy"), Quentin Earl Darrington (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."), Christiane Noll (as "Mother"), Robert Petkoff (as "Tateh"), Sarah Rosenthal (as "The Little Girl"), Bobby Steggert (as "Mother's Younger Brother"), Stephanie Umoh (as "Sarah"), Jonathan Hammond (as "Harry Houdini/Ensemble"), Donna Migliaccio (as "Emma Goldman/Ensemble"), Savannah Wise (as "Evelyn Nesbit/Ensemble"), Eric Jordan Young (as "Booker T. Washington/Ensemble"), Mark Aldrich (as "Willie Conklin/Ensemble"), Sumayya Ali (as "Ensemble"), Terence Archie (as "Matthew Henson/Ensemble"), Corey Bradley (as "Ensemble"), Jayden Brockington (as "Coalhouse Walker III/Alternate"), Jennifer Evans (as "Kathleen/Ensemble"), Aaron Galligan-Stierle (as "Henry Ford/Ensemble"), Carly Hughes (as "Ensemble"), Valisia LeKae (as "Ensemble"), Dan Manning (as "Grandfather/Ensemble"), Michael X. Martin (as "J.P. Morgan/Admiral Peary"), Michael McGowan (as "Stanford White/as "Charles S. Whitman/Ensemble"), Tracy Lynn Olivera (as "Brigit"), Ensemble"), Bryonha Parham (as "Sarah's Friend/Ensemble"), Mamie Parris (as "Ensemble"), Nicole Powell (as "Ensemble"), Arbender J. Robinson (as "Ensemble"), Benjamin Schrader (as "Ensemble"), Wallace Smith (as "Ensemble"), Josh Walden (as "Harry K. Thaw/Ensemble"), Catherine Walker (as "Ensemble"), Kylil Williams (as "Coalhouse Walker III/Alternate"). Swings: Carey Rebecca Brown, Lisa Karlin, James Moye, Jim Weaver. Understudies: Understudies: Terence Archie (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."), Benjamin Cook (as "The Little Boy"), Jonathan Hammond (as "Tateh"), Carly Hughes (as "Sarah)", Valisia LeKae (as "Sarah"), Michael McGowan (as "Father"), Mike McGowan (as "Tateh"), James Moye (as "Father"), Mamie Parris (as "Mother"), Kaylie Rubinaccio (as "The Little Girl"), Benjamin Schrader (as "Mother's Younger Brother"), Wallace Smith (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr"), Josh Walden (as "Mother's Younger Brother"), Catherine Walker (as "Mother"), Eric Jordan Young (as "Coalhouse Walker Jr."). Produced by Kevin McCollum, Roy Furman, Scott Delman, Roger Berlind, Max Cooper, Tom Kirdahy/Devlin Elliott, Jeffrey Sine, Stephanie McClelland, Roy Miller, LAMS Productions Inc., Jana Robbins, Sharon Karmazin, Morris Berchard/Eric Falkenstein, RialtoGals Productions, Independent Presenters Network, Held-Haffner Productions, HRH Foundation and Emanuel Azenberg. Produced in association with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
  • (May 30, 2012 - June 24, 2012) She wrote the book and lyrics for the musical, "Once On This Island", at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Stephen Flaherty composed the music.
  • (1998) Stephen Flaherty, Terrence McNally, and her musical, "Ragtime," was performed at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts on Broadway in New York City with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Peter Friedman, Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald, and Mark Jacoby in the cast.
  • (2002) Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, and her musical, "A Man of No Importance," was performed at the Lincoln Center Theater at the Mitzi E. Newhouse on Broadway in New York City with Roger Rees, Steven Pasquale, Jarlath Conroy, Ronn Carroll, Michael McCormick, Katherine McGrath, and Faith Prince in the cast. Joe Mantello was director.
  • (2013-2014 Season) Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "Dessa Rose," was performed at the Bailiwick Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Harmony France, Sydney Charles, David Schlumpg, and Jasondra Johnson in the cast. Lili Anne Brown was director. James Moorhead was musical director. Brian Hoehne was lighting designer.
  • (2003) Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty and her musical, "Ragtime," was performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Maria Friedman, Graham Bickley, Dave Willetts, Matthew White, and Kevyn Morrow in the cast. Stafford Arima was director.
  • (April 19, 2007 to May 20, 2007) She wrote the book and the lyrics for the musical, "The Glorious One," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Natalie Venetia Belcon (Columbina); John Kassir (Dottor); David Patrick Kelly (Pantalone); Jenny Powers (Isabella Andreini); Pat Schoeffler (Flamino Scala); Julyana Soeliysto (Amanda Ragusa); and Jeremy Webb (Francesco Andreini) in the cast. Stephen Flaherty wrote the music. Francine Prose wrote the novel. Graciela Daniele was director and choreographer. Tom Murray was music director. Michael Starobin was orchestra arranger. Daniel Ostling was scenic designer. Mara Blumenfeld was costume designer. Stephen Strawbridge was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer.
  • (January 27 to February 27, 1999) She wrote the book and lyrics for the musical, "Once on This Island," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Erick Pinnick (Daniel); Roz White (Erzulie, Goddess of Love); Gayle Turner (Mama Euralie); Kenya Brome (Ti Mourne); Kimberly Harris (Asaka, Mother of Earth); Margot Adams (Little Ti Moune); Gregory Green (Armand); J. Lucas Harmann (Agwe, God of Water); Heather Brown (Andrea); Sean P. Walters (Pape Ge, Demon of Death) and Tim Johnson (Tonton Julian) in the cast. The musical was based on the novel "My Love, My Love" by Rosa Guy. Stephen Flaherty was composer. Gerry McIntyre was director.

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