Patricia has composed original music for productions of: Gripe (Allan Trautman, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, 2019); The Necromancer (Teddy Yudain, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, 2019); The Taming of the Shrew (Vermont Shakespeare Festival, 2018); Coracles, Castanets, Cadaques (Kathleen Gough, 2017); A Winnie-The-Pooh Christmas Tail (Saints and Poets Productions, 2015); The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (University of Vermont, 2015); O, Caligula! A Mvsical (Saints and Poets Productions, 2015); Winnie The Pooh (Saints and Poets Productions, 2014); Anna’s Journal (Theatre Kavanah, 2013); The Witches (Saints and Poets Productions, 2013); The Arabian Nights (University of Vermont, 2012); Peter Pan (Saints and Poets Productions, 2012); The Clean House (Vermont Stage Company, 2012); Eurydice (University of Vermont, 2008); Ostentatious Poverty (Rachel Perlmeter, 2007); India Song (University of Vermont, 2006)
Patricia composes works for mixed-voice choral ensembles, solo voice and piano, orchestra, contemporary chamber ensembles, small jazz combos, and big band. She also writes acoustic and electronic music for dance.
Patricia has composed music for the short films How Dunmore Throop Stole the Sun (Saints and Poets Productions, in production) and Anonymous (Haiku Monkey Media, 2017); theme music for the web broadcasts The Endangered Alphabets Projects, Carving of the Week (Tim Brookes, 2019) and Winona, I Love You (Watertown Plank Productions, 2018); and University of Vermont’s annual holiday video (UVM College of Arts & Sciences, 2016)