Robert Lindsey-Nassif composed the score for the Broadway production of Hollywood Arms by Carol Burnett and Carrie Hamilton, directed by Harold Prince. Off-Broadway: Wrote the book, music and lyrics for Opal (Richard Rodgers and AT&T Awards) and music, lyrics and additional dialog for Honky-Tonk Highway (Backstage and MAC Awards; directed by Gabriel Barre; also produced at Goodspeed). Regional: Opal (George Street Playhouse, directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett). Composed the dance and incidental music for Stephen Sondheim's Bounce (Goodman and Kennedy Center; directed by Hal Prince). Wrote the music and lyrics for Eliot Ness In Cleveland (Denver Center and Cleveland Playhouse; directed by David Esbjornson). Worked with Arthur Miller on an opera of Death of A Salesman. Wrote five projects for Disney Feature Animation. Outer Critics Circle Awards nominations for Best Book, Music, and Lyrics (Opal), and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nomination for Best Score (Flight of the Lawnchair Man). Recipient of the Music Publishers Association Award and the Gilman and Gonzalez-Falla Award given at Lincoln Center.