Some PLAYS and other WORKS scored by Ralph Denzer

 


Darwin: Endless Forms Most Beautiful - Music/theater composition for 7 actors and 6 musicians, written by Ryan Hurl & Ralph

Denzer, music by Ralph Denzer, directed by Keith Turnbull, Concordia University, 2011

The D Opera, Version 1 & 2 - performance piece with live puppet & object projections & video projections, 2008-9, Concordia University

Oedipus, by Ned Dickens, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Concordia University & Nightswimming, Toronto, 2009-10

As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, directed by Terra Vandergaw, Ramapo College, N.J. 2007

Lysistrata by Aristophanes, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Ramapo College, NJ. 2006

Ward No. 6 adapted from Checkov, directed by Jim Calder, NYU Undergraduate Acting, NYC. 2006

The Castle adapted from Kafka, directed by Maria Vail Guevara, Ramapo College, NJ. 2006

The Persians by Aeschylus, adapted Robert Auletta, directed by Erin Mee,Swarthmore College Mainstage, Swarthmore, PA. 2005

Union/Dissolution dance/theater piece by Pallabi Chakavorty & Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Painted Bride Arts Center in Philadelphia, also Bryn Mawr College & Swarthmore College, 2005

Savage Love by Sam Shepherd, directed by Erin Mee, Swarthmore College Mainstage, 2004

The Ark in the Tree written and directed by Ines Zeller-Bass, Sandglass Theater, Putney, Vermont, 2004

Hang Tough, Martina by Audrey Pernell, directed Vernice Miller, Swarthmore College Frear Theater, Philadelphia Fringe Festival, 2004

Zwirbels Traum 11 minute comedy film, directed by Volker Meyer-Dabisch, Berlin, Germany, 2003

I Want a Baby by Sergei Tretiakov, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Swarthmore College Mainstage, 2002

Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, directed by Amy Trompetter, Barnard College, NYC, 2002

She who makes the moon the moon adapted from Italo Calvino short story, directed by Dan Rothenberg, Pig Iron Theater, Philadelphia, PA, 2002

Diary of a Pacifist Soldier dance/theater piece created with PTSD war veterans by Tamar Rogoff, performed at La Mama and elsewhere, 2001-2002

Gluckel of Hameln, directed by Jenny Romaine of Great Small Works, La MaMa, 2000, with Adrienne Cooper, music by Frank London of the Klezmatics

Mission to Mercury directed by Dan Rothenberg, Pig Iron Theater,Christ Church Annex, Philadelphia, 2000

Prometheus 1.1 by Aeschylus, adapted Mary Kay-Gamal, directed by Greg Fritsch,U.C. Santa Cruz Mainstage, Santa Cruz, CA, 1998

Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, U.C. Santa Cruz Mainstage, 1998

Trojan Women by Seneca, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer,U.C. Santa Cruz Mainstage,1997

Antigone directed by Lars Illum, Metropole Theatre, Arhus, Denmark, 1996, and performed at Scena Festival, Washington, DC. Score was then performed as a dance piece choreographed by

Mel Wong, UC Santa Cruz, 1999.

Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, originally directed by Eric Bass,Helsinki, Finland; British Columbia, Canada; Henson Intl. Puppetry Festival, NYC; also Alberta, Canada,1993-2002

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival,1995

Faust- Part I by Goethe, directed by Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer at NADA's Obie-award-winning Faust Festival in NYC,1995

Sisters Karamazov adapted and directed by Bani Babilla, Purgatorio Ink, One Dream Theater, NYC,1994

Hamletmachine by Heiner Mller, directed Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, at NADA's Hamlet Festival, NYC,1994

Man To Man by Manfred Karge, directed Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer, Workhouse Theater in NYC, and the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival,1993-94

Medea Material by Heiner Mller, directed Ursula Neuerburg-Denzer,at Charas, NYC, 1992

FAUSTgastronome adapted/directed by Richard Schechner, Performed at La Mama, NYC, also toured US, England, Scotland and Wales,1992-95

Goin' Downtown a musical written and directed by NYU playwright/director Steve Wangh, performed at New York Theater Workshop,1993-95,

Labyrinth Freiheit written and directed by Arne Baur Worch, Theater Zerbrochene Fenster, Berlin,1989-90

Tanzmarathon directed by Barnaby Gale, Theater Zerbrochene Fenster, Berlin,1988-89

Rosa Luxemburg: A Neoprimitive Opera created and directed by the 9th Street Theater, NYC, toured in US & extensively in Germany,1987-88