Robert Reale

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Robert Reale (born 1956) is an American composer with a long list of credits in film, TV and theater. He is also the owner of 4 Elements Music and 8118 Music.

Reale regularly works with younger brother Willie Reale. In 2003 he was nominated for a Tony Award for A Year with Frog and Toad for Best Original Musical Score. As composer and record producer he has worked with Julie Andrews, Mel Tormé, Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca.

Composer (Musicals)[edit]

Composer (Music for plays)[edit]

Composer (Film)[edit]

  • "The Rebound", source music (2009), dir., Bart Freundlich
  • "Ten-13" (2002), dir., Carl Stillitano
  • "The Victim" (2002), (Patty LuPone, David Strathairn), dir., Doug McGee
  • "Passing Over" (1996), dir., Christopher Ceraso
  • "Wigstock: The Movie" (1995), dir., Barry Shills
  • "Dealers Among Dealers" (1995), (P.O.V. on PBS) dir., Gaylen Ross
  • "The Rain Before The Wind" (1993), BRNO 16 Audience Award, dir., Brian Heffron

Composer (TV)[edit]