Recent works include “Jay Alan Zimmerman’s Incredibly Deaf Musical” at the Duke on 42nd Street (NYMF Next Link, O’Neill Finalist), “Smokin!” at The Duplex,  “A Royal Soap Opera” at The Clurman (Prospect Theatre Lab), the multimedia installation, “Window Music,” at the New York Academy of Medicine sponsored by the Hearing Health Foundation, the visual music installation and performance series, “Art/Song,” at chashama Times Square, and the robotic and video installation, “Roboticus,” during a residency with the LEMUR musical robots.

Dance scores include the aerial works  “I’m Killing Myself,” “Safer,” and “The Sunlight Zone” as well as many works with choreographer Evann Siebens, including “The Last Leaf” (Best Score, First Run Festival) and “Do Not Call It Fixity” (Special Music Award, Grand Prix International Video Danse Festival and selected North American film in the MOMA retrospective, Georges Pompidou Centre, Paris.)  In addition, Jay created and directed the award-winning short film musicals “Pawns” and “Love Burns,” composed over 30 children’s songs commissioned by Mondo Music and Warner/Chappell, and scored the plays “Booth” and “Our Brutus,” which were both Fringe First Award winners at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and had New York and London productions.

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