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Rob Rokicki

ROB ROKICKI is a songwriter, performer and educator. He is the composer/lyricist of critically acclaimed Broadway musical, THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL (book by Joe Tracz). The initial Off-Broadway adaptation was nominated for a Lortel Award, Off Broadway Alliance, and three Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Musical before launching tours across North America.

His graphic novel/musical, MONSTERSONGS (art by David O’Neill), received a World Premiere Recording from Broadway Records and was an official selection of the prestigious NAMT festival. His immersive musical about escaping a cult, EXPERIENCE MARIANAS, was developed at Cap21/Molloy University and was a semi-finalist for the O’Neill National Musical Theatre Conference. He wrote the music and lyrics for UNI THE UNICORN (book by Timothy McDonald) commissioned by Bay Area Children’s Theatre. He is co-arranger and orchestrator for the jukebox musical, PUNK ROCK GIRL (book by Joe Iconis).

Other projects: LOVE, NY (with Michael Ruby; American Harmony Award recipient, DC Fringe); 11:11 (formerly RELATIVITY, selected for The Pitch and for LiveRead at USC); 20 TO LIFE (American University); STRANGE TAILS (West Village MT Festival winner, NAMT grant recipient, Ars Nova’s ANT fest); MARTHA & ME (NY Fringe); SAMSON’S FIRE (The Cell Theater). He has scored two films: GINGERBREAD HOUSE (New York Film Academy) and DIVIDENDS (New York Shorts International Film Festival).

Broadway veterans to students internationally have sung his songs that “live at the perfect intersection of musical theatre and radio rock” (Adam Gwon). Rob regularly has work featured in cabarets in New York, London and recently Japan. He is a two-time Larson Award finalist, alum of the BMI writing workshop, and member of the Dramatists’ Guild. He holds a BFA, BA University of Michigan. His albums are available on Broadway Records and Great White Wax. 



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The Waiting

From 11:11. Performed by Emma Hunton at Ars Nova on December 5, 2011 Part of FIGHT/FLIGHT: Songs from the Musicals of Rob Rokicki & Michael Ruby. Directed by Paul Stancato. Band: Micah Burgess, Rob Rokicki, Dennis Michael Keefe, Rob Cookman, Zach Jones Performed by Megan Reinking at Duplex on September 29, 2009Part of A Little R&R: The Songs of Rob Rokicki...

Casting Call For a "Best Friend"

Shannon Amiry and Laura Pavles at DuplexUsed in The Empty Space Theatre Company's cabaret A NIGHT WITH THE GIRLS. Directed by Mike Mosallam Musical Direction by Dan Micciche

Dolls R Stupid

Luca Padovan at The Cutting Room on 8/29/2013Example of a kid singing the song in key of A Seth Eliser at Lincoln Center on 7/16/2012Example of an adult singing the song in Key of C The song can work for both kids and adults playing kids


Kristin Stokes, Chris McCarrell, & Jorrel Javier sing, Try on the The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical Deluxe Edition, Available on Broadway Records.  


From 11:11 (fka Relativity)by Rob Rokicki and Michael Ruby Zach Jones at Stage 72 (The Triad) on Nov 19, 2012 Zach Jones sings on the mp3 -which is from the album "I'm Ready: The Songs of Rob Rokicki" Nick Dalton at Ars Nova, featured as part of FIGHT/FLIGHT: Songs from the Musicals of Rob Rokicki & Michael Ruby. Directed by...

Say Goodbye

From Monstersongs. Performed by Katrina Rose Dideriksen at The Cutting Room on August 29, 2013(Medusa's song from Monstersongs)   Don't feel the need to copy vocalisms to make the song your own. For context, the song is sung by Medusa.

Take The Weight

Kristin Stokes sings Take the Weight on the EP Smart Girls.

No Room in Your Arms

From Samson's Fire. Nikki Renee Daniels at Triad, NYC on 3/19/2007Piano: Rob Rokicki Leslie Henstock at The Zipper, NYC on 7/16/2009Piano: Andrew Byrne; Guitar: Micah Burgess,

Lead Singer

From 11:11. Performed by Emma Hunton at Lincoln Center on March 36, 2012 From: The Music of Rob Rokicki: Broadway's Future @ Lincoln Center presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul on March 26th, 2012, Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. Performed by Kathleen Elizabeth Monteleone at Triad...