Biography

Robert Lindsey-Nassif

Robert Lindsey-Nassif composed the score for the Broadway production of Hollywood Arms by Carol Burnett and Carrie Hamilton, directed by Harold Prince.

Off-Broadway: Wrote the book, music and lyrics for Opal (Richard Rodgers and AT&T Awards) and music, lyrics and additional dialog for Honky-Tonk Highway (Backstage and MAC Awards; directed by Gabriel Barre; also produced at Goodspeed).

Regional: Opal (George Street Playhouse, directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett). Composed the dance and incidental music for Stephen Sondheim's Bounce (Goodman and Kennedy Center; directed by Hal Prince). Wrote the music and lyrics for Eliot Ness in Cleveland (Denver Center and Cleveland Playhouse; directed by David Esbjornson). Worked with Arthur Miller on an opera of Death of a Salesman. Wrote five projects for Disney Feature Animation.

Outer Critics Circle Awards nominations for Best Book, Music, and Lyrics ( Opal ), and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nomination for Best Score ( Flight of the Lawnchair Man ). Recipient of the Music Publishers Association Award and the Gilman and Gonzalez-Falla Award given at Lincoln Center.