MUSIC FOR FILM
THE TEMPEST (2011)
film of the Stratford Festival production, with Christopher Plummer as Prospero (theatrical release/Bravo)
"Adding to the beauty and mystery is the wonderful score by Roth, whose music is dissonant and unsettling, but can also beguile and transfix." (Broadway.com)
Ariel sings FULL FATHOM FIVE, Prospero watches
PROSPERO calls for music, Ariel sings WHERE THE BEE SUCKS
documentary by Peter Miller, narrated by Dustin Hoffman, featuring Sandy Koufax (theatrical release/PBS)
JEWS AND BASEBALL (2010)
"Production values are very good, with clever music cues (by Michael Roth) and an intelligent text by Ira Berkow." (Variety)
FINALE from JEWS AND BASEBALL
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG (2009)
Disney animated feature - music by Randy Newman/musical direction-Michael Roth
Opening credits - Walking through Venice
YOUR NAME HERE (2008) with Bill Pullman
"Michael Roth's score is definitely the film's highlight." (Pollystaffle.com)
HOLY DAYS (1998)
"Roth’s supernal mix of haunting cello music and sound movingly catches that unearthly whine of the open-prairie wind." (Orange County Register)
HOLY DAYS - written by Sally Nemeth, Martin Benson, director;
Molly Remembers (Devon Raymond with Jeanne Paulson); Gant in Town (Richard Doyle)
HOLY DAYS - final scene, end credit -
featuring THEN THEY MOVE ON, sung by Lisa Harlow Stark
ADDITIONAL FILM CREDITS:
ROMEO AND JULIET ARE DEAD (2015) - independent film, adaptation of Shakespeare/work-in-progress - click here for a clip from the film.
SACCO AND VANZETTI (2006) - additional music, documentary by Peter Miller.
BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY (1989) - music direction, film by Howard Brookner - click here for a clip featuring Madonna and Jennifer Grey.
A WALK IN THE WOODS (1988) - composer, film of the play by Lee Blessing, American Playhouse production.