MINHUI LEE is a South Korean Born, NYC based composer, music director, and pianist, and her work has been presented by Joe’s pub, Feinstein's/54 Below, Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium, National Asian Artists Project, Prospect Theatre Company, Goodspeed Opera House, and more.
Minhui’s musicals are ‘Love In Stop Motion’ (with Clara Luthas), which received an Equity reading from NYU Tisch and was additionally selected for the NYU Tisch New Musical Theatre Workshop, was performed at Centenary Stage Company’s Little Theatre and produced by Group Theatre Too (GTT), ‘When You’ve Got a Gift’ (with Kathleen Wrinn), which premiered in New York City under the Equity showcase, and was featured again as a part of National Asian Artist Project’s Discover:New Musical series, 'Adam & Eve' (with Marella Martin Koch), which premiered in New York City under the Equity showcase, and presented again at Jamaica Center for the Arts and Learning in Queens, New York, and '5th Grade Prison Ship' (with Marella Martin Koch), written in response to Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument in Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, which premiered at The TimesCenter as part of Prospect Theatre Company's Musical Theatre Lab. Current musical works-in-progress include ‘The Wind in the Willows’ (with Sam Marsden, and Ariel Mitchell), and '30' (with Marella Martin Koch).
As a music director and pianist, she has done productions, readings, and concerts in New Jersey, and New York, and she is a music director in residence for Artemis Theatrical.
She holds an MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from NYU Tisch and she is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America, and ASCAP.