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world-class musical theatre lyricist, a global songwriter,

and a modern adult-contemporary artist.  

Hailed by AOL Music News as “the female Michael Buble,” BMG musical theatre lyricist | songwriter | recording artist Carly Robyn Green has a career that spans television, film, radio, concert halls, and theaters worldwide.

As a musical theatre lyricist in partnership with Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn and co-lyricist Tracy Miller, Green penned the musical adaptation of Japanese manga YOUR LIE IN APRIL, co-produced by Toho Theatricals and Fuji TV, which made its world premiere in May 2022 at the Nissay Theater in Tokyo, followed by a tour throughout Japan.  


In April 2024, the English version of the show made its European debut at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London's West End to rave ★★★★★ reviews, directed by West End acclaimed director Nick Winston and produced by CDM and Indie Theatricals in partnership with Pinnacle Productions, Sophie Qi, and Scott Prisand.  Its premiere in Seoul is slated for June 2024, produced by EMK, and it returns to Tokyo in August 2025.  


The team's award-winning avant-garde musical adaptation of Osamu Dazai's bestselling Japanese novel NO LONGER HUMAN opened in December 2021, followed by a 13 city tour throughout China in 2023, in partnership with Ranspace.  It won multiple awards at the 2023 Beijing Tianqiao Annual Musical Ceremony.


The team is now penning: FIRENZE 1504, a musical based on the lives of Leonardo daVinci and Michelangelo, directed by Broadway's Chris Gattelli and written by Rinne B. Groff for OD Company in South Korea; MAC & BETH, a Macbeth adaptation for Tony Ryu/RG Company in South Korea; KUNG-FU MASTERS, a Bruce Lee/Ip Man musical, written by Haofeng Xu; LOST BOY, with Rinne B. Groff; and HOUDINI, in collaboration with Viennese playwright Thomas Kahry and Broadway and West End director Gordon Greenberg.


Green’s original songwriting and recording collaborations with Oscar, Grammy, and Tony Award winning co-writers/producers have been featured in over 175 television series, including 30 Rock (NBC), Fashion Star (NBC), Dance Moms (Lifetime), Scandal (ABC), One Life to Live (ABC), Hung (HBO), The Young & The Restless (CBS), Real Housewives (BRAVO), Beauty & the Beast (The CW), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!), Degrassi (Teen Nick), The Real World (MTV), Say Yes to the Dress (TLC), The Real L Word (Showtime), and many shows and films on Hallmark, OWN, BET, HGTV, Telemundo, The Disney Channel, Fox, Style, VH1, and Oxygen. Her songs have been selected as themes for shows on WeTV, Logo, and The Movie Network, and as movie promo songs, special feature songs, cues, and title songs for What’s Your Number (20th Century Fox), House Bunny (Sony Pictures), American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars (Universal Pictures), Hanni & Nanni 3 (Universal Pictures), Slightly Single in LA (Imprint), and Life Happens (Universal Pictures).


Green’s songs have also been recorded by multi-platinum artists worldwide, including KARA (Universal Music), ANRI (Warner Music Japan), XIA (PalmTree Island), HARUMI (Sony Music Japan), TWICE (Warner Music Japan), J-DEEZ (Sony Music Japan), FAIRIES (Avex), STARMARIE (Shikisai Records), MIN HAE (CJENM), AYCAN (EMI Music China), HARAJUKU STAGE (Rising Productions), DAVE WINNEL (Armada Music), SABRINA WECKERLIN (Sound of Music Records), SANDRA N. (Roton Music), and VIXEN. Her song “Ready to Love” was covered by Anri for the Japanese version of ABC program, Scandal, and Green wrote the debut single by US band AIRSPOKEN, “Walls.”


As an artist in her own right, Green has performed at venues including Madison Square Garden, The Staples Center, The Saban Theatre, The Pantages Theater, The El Rey, The Yost Theater, Citizens Bank Park, and The Tropicana Hotel & Casino, at Sundance Film Festival, and at prestigious jazz clubs like Herb Alpert’s Vibrato, Dave Koz’s Spaghettini, and Catalina Jazz Club in LA, and Feinstein’s/54 Below and B.B. King’s in NYC.  Green took the Grammy stage backing up Cee Lo Green at the Grammy Awards, and she has opened for Wayne Newton, Buddy Guy, Keiko Matsui, Chris Brown, and Matisyahu, toured with O-Town, sung alongside Deborah Cox and Michael Lington, performed for MTV’s Rock the Vote, and toured as the first spokesinger for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Campaign for pediatric cancer research.  Green’s 2019 breakout EP – “What Love is All About” – reflects her early recording work with legends Gamble & Huff in her hometown of Philadelphia, and the title track is one of many collaborations between Green and Wildhorn.

Green is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the University of Pennsylvania where she studied music and marketing, and she currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Follow her on social media @carlyrobyngreen and visit for more info.

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