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Other Works

  • (2006) "In the Air," original score for the Off-Broadway play, Stageplays Theatre Company, New York NY.
  • (2011) "Beautiful, "40 is the New 15," original musical, music by Cindy O'Connor, book by Adrian Bewley, lyrics by Larry Todd Johnson. Performed at Cal State Fullerton Drama Department.
  • (2013) "Season of Family," original choral work, music by Cindy O'Connor, lyrics by Larry Todd Johnson, performed by the Gay Men's Chorus of Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia and the Gay Men's Chorus of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (2011) "Cabaret," musical, Reprise Theater Company, Los Angeles, CA - keyboard player in onstage band.
  • (2011) "Powder Puff Pilots," original musical, music by Cindy O'Connor, lyrics by Noelle Donfeld, book by Marian Partee. Performed at the University of California Irvine Drama Department.
  • (2010) "40 is the New 15," original musical, music by Cindy O'Connor, book and lyrics by Larry Todd Johnson, performed at the NoHo Arts Center, North Hollywood, CA.
  • (2010) "All That He Was,"original musical, music by Cindy O'Connor, book and lyrics by Larry Todd Johnson, performed at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, New York.
  • (2007) "La Llorona/The Crying Woman," original score for the Off-Broadway play, Stageplays Theatre Company, New York NY.
  • (2018) "Flies! The Musical" - original musical, music by Cindy O'Connor, Book and Lyrics by Larry Todd Cousineau. Played at the Pride Arts Center in Chicago for 8 weeks.
  • (2018) "Sunrise," original work for orchestra, world premiere with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra in the Czech Republic. Composed, orchestrated, and conducted by Cindy O'Connor.
  • (2018) "Archangel," original work for choir and orchestra, world premiere with the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra and choir at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles as part of the concert, The Future is Female. Composed, orchestrated, and conducted by Cindy O'Connor.
  • (2018 to 2019 season) She was composer for the musical,"Flies! The Musical," at the Pride Films and Plays Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Larry Todd Cousineau was lyricist. Adam McAleavey was puppet designer.

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