Previews begin march 19 2019

Following a sold-out run at St. Ann’s Warehouse, this re-imagined and re-orchestrated version of Oklahoma! will transfer to the Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway. Directed by Daniel Fish and featuring new orchestrations (for a country band!) by Daniel Kluger, this production is sure to take the Broadway world by storm. Nevada Lozano has the pleasure of serving as music assistant on the project.

Click here to read the New York Times review of the off-Broadway production.


February 10 2019

Nevada serves as music director on six musicals presented at TRU Beginnings: How to Write a Musical That Works. TRU Beginnings is a fabulous workshop hosted by Theatre Resources Unlimited and organized by Bob Ost and Cate Cammarata, in which composers, lyricists, and book writers present excerpts of shows-in-development and receive feedback from a panel of producers and Broadway veterans. This time around, Nevada will music direct Cupid’s Bow by Emily Thompson and Richard Russel, Miss Humanity by Michael DiGaetano, Parallel Lines by Clé, Douglass by Ruth Fennessey Moss, Capture This by Stephen Randoy, and The Curse of Batvia by Roland Tec and Katherine Burger.


February 4 2019 @ 7:00 PM

Excerpts of Ramona: An American Epic (music and lyrics by Nevada Lozano) will be presented by New York Theatre Barn as part of their New Works Series. Directed by Joe Barros and music directed by Adrian Ries, the presentation will feature 35 minutes of songs and scenes from the musical. Following Ramona, there will be a presentation of another show-in-development: Postcard American Town, with music and lyrics by Lynne Shankel and book by Crystal Skillman.

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January 29 - March 10 2019

Nevada Lozano has the pleasure of assisting composer Daniel Kluger on the production of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark opening on January 29 at the Signature Theatre. Directed by Kamilah Forbes and penned by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, this production features a dazzling score with jazz, electronic, and neo-Romantic influences.

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January 9 - February 3 2019

Miller, Mississippi, a new play by Boo Killebrew, comes to the renowned Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. “A Southern Gothic tale of one family’s descent into ruin,” the play is directed by Lee Sunday Evans and boasts a powerful score by Daniel Kluger. Nevada Lozano serves as music assistant on the project.

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December 9 2018

Nevada serves as music director on four musicals presented at TRU Beginnings: How to Write a Musical That Works. TRU Beginnings is a fabulous workshop hosted by Theatre Resources Unlimited and organized by Bob Ost and Cate Cammarata, in which composers, lyricists, and book writers present excerpts of shows-in-development and receive feedback from a panel of producers and Broadway veterans. This time around, Nevada will music direct Cupid’s Bow by Emily Thompson and Richard Russel, Miss Humanity by Michael DiGaetano, Parallel Lines by Clé, and Black Hole Wedding by Katherine Fredricks and Paul Nelson.


December 3 2018 @ 2:00 PM

Nevada will music direct an excerpt of Passing, a new musical by Joe Barros, Avital Asuleen, and Brad Ross. The excerpt will be presented as part of New York Theater Barn’s Choreography Lab, a workshop series that explores the movement and choreography of shows-in-development. Passing will be followed by an excerpt of The Helena Project, by Debra Barsha and Sheilah Rae.

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August 5 2018

Nevada serves as music director on Golden Cage by Deborah Henson-Conant, presented at TRU Beginnings: How to Write a Musical That Works. TRU Beginnings is a fabulous workshop hosted by Theatre Resources Unlimited and organized by Bob Ost and Cate Cammarata, in which composers, lyricists, and book writers present excerpts of shows-in-development and receive feedback from a panel of producers and Broadway veterans. Henson-Conant is a world-renowned harpist and the creator of the wearable electric harp.

Watch her Tedx Talk here.


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july 13 2018 @ 7:00 PM

Fora, a new musical by Jae Broderick and Matthew AC Cohen, is presented at the Dramatists Guild. Nevada Lozano serves as music director. “This vibrant tale of a soulful people, rich in ancestry and lost magic from another time, encompasses love, family, history and country.” Fora was an official selection of the 2017 New York Musical Festival and was recently workshopped at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.

For more information, check out the website!


June 26 2018

Nevada receives the Jerry Harrington Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement for his participation in the first year of the BMI Workshop. “Awards totaling $2,600 are presented annually for the works judged ‘most outstanding’ in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, a program that is widely regarded as the premiere training ground for emerging musical theatre composers, lyricists, and librettists.”

Read about it here.


may 31 - june 17 2018

Cyberbabies: A Musical Dot.Comedy premieres at Theater for the New City! Written by Craig Silver and featuring music direction, arrangements, and orchestrations by Nevada Lozano, Cyberbabies takes place in “Manhattan at the turn of the millennium, the red-hot center of the exploding new phenomenon of the Internet,” and tells the story of “brash young Web pioneers [vying] to stake their claim.” The musical is directed by Lissa Moire and stars Jonathan Fox Parks, James Parks, Dani Westhead, and Amanda Yachechak.

Read more about it here.

And buy tickets here.


march 13 - 25 2018

Musicals Tonight, New York City's home for forgotten or under-appreciated golden-age musicals, presents the New York premiere of Calamity Jane, adapted from the 1953 Doris Day movie of the same name. This is Musicals Tonight's 100th production, and it will mark the retirement of founder and artistic director Mel Miller. Directed by Devin Vogel and music directed by Nevada Lozano, the production features hit tunes by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, including the Oscar-winning song, "Secret Love."

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January 22 2018 @ 8:00 PM

A fifteen-minute excerpt of Going South, an edgy new musical by Katya Stanislavskaya, will be presented as part of 4x15, a long-running concert series produced by Musical Theatre Factory (440 Lafayette Street). Directed by Michael Bello and music directed by Nevada Lozano, Going South will be performed alongside three other new musicals in development.

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January 10 2018 @ 7:30 PM

Going South, an edgy new musical by Katya Stanislavskaya, will receive a fully staged reading at Dixon Place (161A Chrystie Street). Produced by John Albert Harris, directed by Kayla Friend of THML Theatre Company, and music directed by Nevada Lozano, the show "sheds a light on North Carolina’s legal system by focusing on four cases tried on the same docket. The cases—Custody, Cake, Co-Eds, and Coco—examine divorce, discrimination, campus rape, and transgender issues, respectively."

This show is not for the faint-of-heart, but not to be missed. Heartbreaking, and uncomfortably relevant to our tumultuous times, Going South is a beautiful example of what musical theater in the 21st Century should look like.

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January 6 - February 11 2018

Owen and Mzee, a new, family-friendly musical by Michelle Elliot and Danny Larsen, will open at the Theater at Blessed Sacrament (152 W 71st Street). Produced by Vital Theatre Company, directed by Stanley Wayne Mathis, and music directed by Nevada Lozano, it tells "the amazing true story of [an] orphaned baby hippo and 130-year-old giant turtle whose remarkable friendship touched millions around the world."

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