Wayne is becoming one of the most-sung of the new songwriters of theater and cabaret music in the US. His songs are finding their way into cabaret acts around the world!
Wayne is a songwriter, an actor and a musical director. His original musicals “Freeway Dreams,” “There’s No Place Like Hollywood,” and “The Gay Nineties” have all been recorded. Other musicals include “Genesis”, “Senior Moments”, “Much Moore”, “Music Drives Me Crazy“ and “I Know I Came In Here For Something” have enjoyed productions in Los Angeles and New York with “I Know” currently playing in Las Vegas and being translated into French for a production in Ottowa! For TV and film Moore wrote the music for the HBO cartoon “Frog And Toad Are Friends,” PBS’ “Frontline,” “Be Well” (starring Milton Berle), the Emmy-award nominated “Down For The Count” and the Emmy-winning “Whatever Happened To Childhood”.
Musical Director Credits: “The Next Fairy Tale“ (Celebration Theatre) “Merry-Go-Round” - a new musical from the Sherman Brothers (Colony Theatre), “24 Hours: A Rock Musical“ (Stella Adler Theatre), “Madly In Love” (Odyssey Theater), “American Twistory” (The Cinegrill), “Chew On This” (The Cinegrill), “3 Broads 3” (The Orpheum), “Good Morning, Hollywood” (Taper, Too), “Dorian” (Harmon Ave. Theater) and the 1998 P.A.W.S benefit at the Pasadena Playhouse.
His own website for Ducy Lee Recordings has additional CDs featuring more new writers of theater and cabaret music. www.ducylee.com