Stephen Oremus

Stephen Oremus

Arranger
  • Born: Livingston, New Jersey

Roles (29)

Frozen Playbill - Opening Night Frozen (2018)
Opens Mar 22, 2018
  • Conductor
  • Music Supervisor
  • Arrangements
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cover_no_shadow The Book of Mormon (2011)
Opened Mar 24, 2011
  • Music Director
  • Conductor
  • Keyboards
  • Co-Orchestrator
  • Vocal Arrangements
The Book of Mormon - Opening Night
  • Departed on Sep 8, 2013
  • Departed on Sep 8, 2013
  • Departed on Sep 8, 2013
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Kinky Boots Playbill - July 2016 Kinky Boots (2013)
Opened Apr 4, 2013
  • Music Supervision
  • Arrangements & Orchestrations
Kinky Boots - Opening Night
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9 to 5 Playbill - Opening Night 9 to 5 (2009)
Opened Apr 30, 2009
  • Musical Director
  • Conductor
  • Keyboard 1
  • Additional Orchestrations
  • Incidental Music Arrangements
9 to 5 Opening Night
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High Fidelity Playbill - Opening Night High Fidelity (2006)
Opened Dec 7, 2006
  • Vocal Arrangements
High Fidelity - Opening Night
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All Shook Up Playbill - Opening Night All Shook Up (2005)
Opened Mar 24, 2005
  • Conductor
  • Keyboard
  • Music Orchestrations
  • Musical Supervisor
  • Music Arrangements
All Shook Up - Opening Night
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Wicked Playbill - July 2016 Wicked (2003)
Opened Oct 30, 2003
  • Music Director
  • Conductor
  • Music Arrangements
  • Musical Supervisor
Wicked - Opening Night
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Avenue Q Playbill - Opening Night Avenue Q (2003)
Opened Jul 31, 2003
  • Music Orchestrations
  • Musical Supervisor
  • Music Arrangements
Avenue Q - Opening Night
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Production Placeholder The Yellow Brick Road Not Taken (2008)
Opened Oct 27, 2008
  • Musical Supervisor
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2011 Outstanding Orchestrations The Book of Mormon Winner
2009 Outstanding Orchestrations 9 to 5 Nominee
Tony Award
2013 Orchestrations Kinky Boots Winner
2011 Orchestrations The Book of Mormon Winner
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