Musical Theater

If you would like more information about any of the theatre musicals below, please contact Elizabeth Doyle at 

Alice In Analysis 

Updated version of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice In Wonderland.” Alice is now divorced with a daughter who is contemplating the rabbit hole.

(Co-written with playwright/lyricist Jon Steinhagen.) 


Burnham’s Dream

Original musical about architect Daniel Burnham and the 1893 Chicago Colombian Exposition.

(Co-written with playwright/lyricist June Finfer. Full production premiered June 2018 at Theater Wit, Chicago.) 



Two-person musical about marriage.

(Co-written with librettist Bill Thomas. Directed by Steppenwolf Theatre’s Bob Breuler.) 


Fat Tuesday 

Set in current day New Orleans during Mardi Gras. The cast of characters lets the good times roll while dealing with separation, illness and loss.

(Co-written with playwright/lyricist Tim Pelton.) 


Sleepy Hollow

Musical adaptation of Washington Irving’s classic legend. (Written with playwright Judy Freed and lyricist Own Kalt.) This musical has been featured at the Disney/ASCAP Workshop in Los Angeles, plus Midwest and California productions. The Theatre Hikes production in Chicago broke attendance records. Recorded score accompaniment will be available for rental or purchase, soon. 


Treasure Island 

Musical adaptation of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel.

(Co-written with playwright/lyricist Francesca Peppiatt.) 


The Virginian 

Adaptation of the Owen Wister work.

(Co-written with playwright Don Abramson and lyricist Own Kalt.) Commissioned by Theatre Building Chicago and featured in “Stages 2000,” a Chicago summer festival of new works.