is a performer, composer, and coordinator from outside of Scranton, PA (yes, like The Office). Since graduating from Muhlenberg College in 2018 with a B.A. in Acting and Music Performance/Composition, he moved to Los Angeles where he has worked for Walt Disney Imagineering, Grammy-award winning composers Barlow & Bear, and currently for music agent Richard Kraft of Kraft-Engel Management and Pixel Playhouse.
Noah composes musical theatre with exuberance, heart, and sparkle, and a sound that combines Billy Joel with the Broadway golden age. He currently writes original songs for Pixel Playhouse. From 2015 to 2020 he was half of the composing team Sunday-Lefkowitz and Lockwood, who were finalists in Taylor Louderman’s Write Out Loud concert at 54 Below, winners of New Musicals Inc.’s New Voices Workshop, and participants in the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. Noah has also co-written the music to five original PATAsphere productions, an intensive theatre program for children ages 8 – 18.
Noah has an extensive career with The Walt Disney Company, ranging from Magic Kingdom Cast Member to Walt Disney Imagineer. He began his Disney journey on the Disney College Program in 2017 and was a finalist in the 2018 Walt Disney ImagiNations competition. He subsequently started at Walt Disney Imagineering in as a Producer Intern before getting hired full-time as a Creative Project Coordinator for the Casting Department and the Disney Parks Live Entertainment division from April 2019 to December 2020. He currently writes, arranges, and performs Disney medleys on Tiktok, many of which garner over 1 million views each.
Noah has worked at the Hollywood Bowl for the Live-to-Film performances of “The Little Mermaid” and “Coco,” acting as the personal assistant for Alan Menken and Jamie Camíl, respectively. In the summer of 2020 he was a Producer on “Soundtrack of our Lives,” an online celebration of the Film & TV music community to benefit MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund. Noah also loves Halloween. A lot.
Photo by Kyle Watkins Photography