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Adam Gwon

Adam Gwon is a composer and lyricist whose musicals have received more than 200 productions on five continents. Off-Broadway: Ordinary Days (Roundabout Theatre), Old Jews Telling Jokes (Westside Theatre); Regional: String (Village Theatre), Cake Off (Signature Theatre, Helen Hayes Award nomination), Cloudlands (South Coast Repertory), The Boy Detective Fails (Signature Theatre), Bernice Bobs Her Hair (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma); West End: Ordinary Days (Trafalgar Studios).

Adam has also contributed songs as a staff writer on the hit webseries Submissions Only.

Adam is the proud recipient of the Kleban Award, the Fred Ebb Award, the Richard Rodgers Award, the Frederick Loewe Award, the Second Stage Theatre Donna Perret Rosen Award, the Weston Playhouse New Musical Award, the ASCAP Harold Adamson Award, and the MAC John Wallowitch Award, as well as commissions from Roundabout Theatre Company, Playwrights Horizons, Signature Theatre, South Coast Repertory, and Broadway Across America. His songs have been heard at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and more, performed by such luminaries as Audra McDonald, Kelli O’Hara, and Brian d'Arcy James.

Recordings of Adam's work include the cast album of Ordinary Days (Ghostlight Records), Audra McDonald's Go Back Home (Nonesuch), The Essential Liz Callaway (Working Girl Records), Tracy Lynn Olivera's Because, and Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project (Entertainment One).

Adam has been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony, the O'Neill Music Theater Conference, and the Dramatists Guild, is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and is a member of ASCAP and the Dramatists Guild.


The Show Must Go On

Adam Gwon and Zachary Prince at 54 Below on 4/08/2013Music for the dance break is included. Choreography's all you.

One Little Word - Female

Jared Gertner at Urban Stages, NYC on 12/15/2009 Adam Gwon at The Gardenia, Los Angeles on 7/23/2010The female version is identical to the male version, except for the key: the male version is in C, the female version is in G. (Videos are the male version.)

I Still Love You

Performed by Lindsay Mendez at 54 Below on 4/8/13.   Lisa Brescia at 54 Below on 10/27/2013

Think of the Moon (Female Version)

From the album "Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project," as recorded by Brian d'Arcy James. Female version is transposed down a third, to the key of E.

Take Me There

Leah Horowitz at 54 Below on 10/27/2013 Video performance is the soprano key of F, with a high note of E. Also available: alto key of C, with a high note of B.