Eric Sirota
composer – writer – physicist**********************

Off-Broadway at St. Luke’s Theatre in the heart of the theatre district!!
Monday nights at 7 PM!

a sweeping romantic musical about the human need for love and companionship
based on Mary Shelley’s novel
(developed under the title “Day of Wrath”)


Your Name On My Lips
True Art. True Love.

Sam, a self-taught painter, struggles to getinto an art institute; while fighting to hold onto the love of his life, as the materialistic world tugs at her.
With a contemporary, classically-infused score, “Your Name on My Lips” will transport you back to when love was earnest, feelings deep, and romance unabashedly unapologetic.

Please contact me for more information or to see materials.
It recently had a showcase at Theater for the New City – and is production


Go, My Child
The woman who molded the man who changed the world.
A new musical in development:
music by Eric B. Sirota; book & lyrics by Eric B. Sirota & Julia Sirota

Leaving one’s parents, infertility and the search for truth, set against a background of xenophobia; Set in ancient Mesopotamia, Go, My Child is an original account of the early lives of familiar biblical characters.
See this link for more info and draft demo recordings of some of the songs:

Please contact me for further information: Next up – a staged reading

A Day at the White House
a new musical comedy

A Day at the White House webpage
book & lyrics by Vin Morreale
music by Eric B. Sirota

A 15 minute version was produced at the West Village Musical Theatre Festival in 2012.
Stay tuned . . .


The Flemington Oratorio
On the dedication of the new FJCC building
February 26, 2006
link: YouTube playlist of performance
link: full text and info


Unetane Tokef
click here for notes & recording


Fantasy in C for piano
click here for notes & recording


Voices of the Prophets: Kolei HaNiveim
A Rhapsody for Cello and Piano
by Eric B. Sirota
Composed in honor of Rabbi Evan Jaffe on the occasion of his 20th year at the Flemington Jewish Community Center (2006)
click here for notes & recording


Eric’s Scientific Publications


Articles, Interviews, Reviews

BroadwayWorld review of FRANKENSTEIN: “FRANKENSTEIN Is Alive at St. Luke’s Theatre”
Theater Scene review of FRANKENSTEIN
NJ Jewish News article about influences of Jewish liturgical music on Eric’s work
New York Times article by Lois Smith Brady about Eric and Cara. “Physicist and Artist Find the Formula to a Long Marriage”
Piece in Carol De Giere’s newsletter
Interview in The Dramatist
Review: “Your Name on My Lips Tugs at Your Heart”
Article about Eric and Your Name On My Lips in Broadway World


Cara London’s Art website:

contact Eric: Eric (at) EricSirota (dot) com