Music and Sound Design for Theatre

The following are musical and sonic excerpts created for a number of theatrical productions.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

By William Shakespeare

Power Center, Ann Arbor • Dec 6 - 9, 2012

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Role: Composer with Conor Barry

Director: Malcolm Tulip

"Set at Nevada’s carnival-esque Burning Man Festival - an annual, unbridled celebration of various performance arts - this two-and-a-half-hour “Midsummer” features gender-blind casting, tattoos, mohawks, and a lot of black clothing.

The play’s stories involve a fairy king and queen who are feuding over custody of an adopted baby; four young lovers whose loyalties and feelings shift during the night, thanks to a fairy’s intervention; and a traveling band of actors that plans to perform for the soon-to-be-married Duke Theseus of Athens." 

Full production information here.


The Ann Arbor News • Arts @ Michigan

The Arsonists 

By Max Frisch (translated by Alistair Beaton)

DCTV Firehouse, NYC • May 16 - 19, 2014 

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Role: Sound Designer

Directed by Emily Lyon
Produced by Zach Perez
Managed by Danielle McKinney

"Mr. Biedermann thinks it's terrible that his town is terrorized by arson  but why worry about a big problem like that? The Arsonists is a hilarious indictment of the fact that however decent, kind, intelligent, and well-intended we are, the supreme value which controls most of our lives is complacency. And the need for just a little quiet..."


The Hothouse

By Harold Pinter

Studio One, Ann Arbor • 2013

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Role: Sound Designer

Directed by Emily Lyon

"Set in an enigmatic, bureaucratic facility, The Hothouse explores the questionable humanity of the healthcare system."