Timothy Huang

Timothy Huang received his MFA in Musical Theater Writing at NYU in 2002 and in 2004 premiered his thesis musical And the Earth Moved, about the Taiwan earthquake of 1999 at the inaugural New York Musical Theater Festival. His follow up, the 2005 one person musical The View From Here premiered at NYMF also, and has enjoyed a life regionally and in digital music sales. Its cast album was listed as one of TalkinBroadway’s Top 10 in 2006.

Timothy has written several one acts for Prospect Theater Company , the York and Baayork Lee’s National Asian Artists Project (Missing Karma, 2 to Wakefield, Crossing Over respectively) and was a 2008 MacDowell fellow, where he created the song cycle LINES (NYMF ‘08) and the full length Death and Lucky. His song Everything I Do, You Do (with co-lyricist Sara Wordsworth) was recorded by Sutton Foster for the charity album Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project.

His full length, Costs of Living was a selection of the 2012 ASCAP Musical Theater Workshop, the BMI 2012 Master Class hosted by Stephen Sondheim, a finalist for the 2012 American Harmony Prize and a nominee for the 2013 Weston Playhouse New Musical Award. His newest piece, Peter and the Wall, was selected for the 2013 Rhinebeck Writers Retreat alongside pieces by Duncan Shiek, Heidi Rodewald and Stew, Joe Iconis and Kerrigan & Lowdermilk.

Other works include Timothy Huang: Chinese or Crazy? (NYTB in the D-Lounge), Short Story Long: The Songs of Timothy Huang (NEO Spotlight Series), A Relative Relationship (Winner, Best Musical, 2013 SoundBites Festival)

Timothy is the recipient of a 2013 Jerry Harrington Award, a 2012 Fred Ebb Award finalist and a 2012-2013 Dramatist Guild Fellow.