The Lunch That Changed the World (1997) (book & lyrics, Sammy Buck) a 10-minute musical posits the counter-historical claim that a Los Angeles luncheon honoring Gorbachev brought down the Berlin Wall and ended the Cold War.
Little Nemo in Slumberland (1997) (book, Rosanna Gamson) a children’s musical based on the Windsor McCay cartoons, about a boy who gets trapped in his dreams.
Speech Impediment (1995) a piece for two actors and wind ensemble.
Twentieth Century Limited (1992) a revue co-written and performed by Mr. Woodbury and his sister actor/playwright Heather Woodbury. The song “My Africa Too” originated in this show.
The Misadventures of Alice E. Neuman (1991), co-composer of songs and score with Frank London and Elma Mayer.
Harangue (1986), a theatrical song cycle performed by Mr. Woodbury, premiered at New Langton Arts. Side 2 of “All White People Look Alike.”
The Hammerdancer (1983) (book, music & lyrics by Mr. Woodbury) is a circus musical set in a fictionalized Eastern European on the eve of the First World War, amid the local custom of compulsory hat-trading, the dangerous sport of fencing with hammers, and anarchist conspiracies.
Splendrix (1979-1980), a multimedia theater piece set in a corporate office written by Erling Wold, Everett Shock, Lynn Murdock, Bob Adams & Mr. Woodbury. Performed by the writers.