Douglas Waterbury-Tieman


SeaWife Nominated for A Drama Desk Award: Best Music

Concert at Rockwood on May 30th at 7pm


Douglas is a founding member of the new Musical Theatre/Bluegrass band: The Playbillies.

The Robber Bridegroom

Douglas will be playing fiddle, mandolin and guitar in the onstage pit band for Roundabout's production of The Robber Bridegroom.  Directed by Alex Timbers and starring Stephen Pasquale.


Joe's Pub

Douglas performed with Kathleen Monteleone in her Debut solo show at Joe's Pub on January 4th. Here he is performing with Kathleen, Laura Osnes, Max Crumm and Austin Miller. 

Back in September Douglas performed Songs from SeaWife with the Lobbyists at Joe's Pub.

A Christmas Carol

Douglas recently returned to NYC from Louisville, KY where he played The Fiddler in Actor's Theatre of Louisville's production of A Christmas Carol.


This Summer saw the Off-Broadway premier of SeaWife at the South Stret Seaport.

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“Wildly atmospheric...a happy concatenation of story, song and environment...The songs [are]...marvelous...the musicianship impressive and the performances energetic...”
- The New York Times


"...charming...enchanting...impressive...SeaWife creates a lovely balance of music and stagecraft that provides a most unique spectacle."
- Entertainment Weekly


"SeaWife is more than an unusual evening of musical storytelling—
it’s a testament to the power of theatrical collaboration."

- Backstage

"Fiddler's Frolic" written by Douglas Waterbury-Tieman From SeaWife by The Lobbyists & Seth Moore. Directed & Developed by Liz Carlson Melville Gallery, 2015 Videographer: Cole Smothers

Broadway Does Country

Douglas performed last October playing fiddle for Broadway Does Country at 54 Below.  Check out the videos here.


Somethin' to See

A Cabaret performance of Somethin' to See by Rachel and Kevin Fogarty at Stage 72

Merton of the Movies

On December the 1st, 2014 Douglas appeared as Max the Violinist in Roundabout's gala benefit reading of Merton of the Movies starring JimParsons, Scott Ellis directing.  Check it out here.