Michael Radi

Michael Radi

Michael Radi is a composer, lyricist, librettist, performer, vocal coach, and musical director currently residing in New York City. Since graduating from SUNY Geneseo with a BA in Theatre/English with Honors, Michael has been working steadily in one, or all, of these fields both in NY and across the country. He recently completed the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop as a lyricist and maintains...
Michael Radi is a composer, lyricist, librettist, performer, vocal coach, and musical director currently residing in New York City. Since graduating from SUNY Geneseo with a BA in Theatre/English with Honors, Michael has been working steadily in one, or all, of these fields both in NY and across the country. He recently completed the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop as a lyricist and maintains collaborations he formed within the program.

Michael has written three full musical theatre pieces, including his original musical "The King’s Legacy." Michael continues to collaborate on other projects as well, including a musical adaptation of "The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow." In addition to writing, Michael has enjoyed performing at every possible opportunity, and continues to audition regularly.

Michael is in his sixth year as a vocal instructor, accompanist, and musical director at From Stage To Screen studio in Huntington, NY on Long Island, where he teaches thirty private voice students. In addition, Michael coaches professionally in the city and musical directs.

Plays

  • The King's Legacy
    THE KING’S LEGACY is a celebration of women’s accomplishments against all odds in a heavily patriarchal world, told through the story of Henry VIII, his wives, and his daughters. The show portrays how Henry’s obsession for a son tore his country apart, and how his daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, unexpectedly saved them all. The musical is played in honor of the fortieth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I’s...
    THE KING’S LEGACY is a celebration of women’s accomplishments against all odds in a heavily patriarchal world, told through the story of Henry VIII, his wives, and his daughters. The show portrays how Henry’s obsession for a son tore his country apart, and how his daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, unexpectedly saved them all. The musical is played in honor of the fortieth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I’s celebrated reign (London, 1598) and spans thirty-three years between two story lines. The present consists of Henry’s attempts to obtain a son and the subsequent consequences for Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and the English court. The future deals with Henry and Anne's daughter, Elizabeth, as she grows up, learning how to become a great monarch. (www.thekingslegacymusical.com)