- What Happened (1963) - composer; a setting for the works of Gertrude Stein
- Home Movies/Softly Consider the Nearness (1964) - composer, actor
- Patter for a Soft Shoe Dance (1964) - composer
- Sing Ho for a Bear (1966) - composer, actor (as Winnie the Pooh)
- Gorilla Queen (1967) - composer, lyricist
- San Francisco's Burning (1967) - composer
- Song of Songs - composer; a cantata based on the Bible
- The Sayings of Mao Tse-tung (1968) - composer; another cantata
- In Circles (1968) - composer, actor
- Peace (1969) - composer; an adaptation from Aristophanes
- Christmas Rappings (from 1969) - lyrics, music, actor, director; annual Xmas show held at Judson Memorial Church, and eventually taped for a television special
- Promenade (1969) - composer, musical director
- The Urban Crisis (1969) - composer, lyricist; a "secular oratorio"
- About Time (1970) - composer; another oratorio
- W.C. (1971) - composer, lyricist; a musical based on the life of W. C. Fields, which starred Mickey Rooney and Bernadette Peters but closed out-of-town
- The Journey of Snow White (1971) - composer, lyricist
- The Duel (1972); composer, lyricist; an opera based on the lives of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr
- Joan (1972) - librettist, composer, lyricist, actor, director
- A Look at the Fifties (1972) - composer, lyricist;
- Wanted (1972) - composer;
- The Faggot (1973) - composer, lyricist, director, actor
- Listen to me (1974) - composer; another Gertrude Stein adaptation
- T.S. Eliot: Midwinter Vigil(ante) (1981) - composer, lyricist, director; last show at Judson Church
- Romance Language (1984) - actor (as Walt Whitman)
- The Comedy of Errors (1992) - actor (as Duke/Balthazar)
- Maslova (1992) - composer, lyricist
- Martyrs and Lullabies (1996) - an opera featuring Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Gertrude Stein, and Bessie Smith.
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