I’m in the middle of a small series (two pieces, maybe more) of articles for Stage Directions Magazine. Each one is a profile of a different designer, and the first one is published in the July ’13 edition. You can check it out here.
And, an excerpt, to wet your whistle:
Jane Shaw has a problem. Two problems. Well, challenges, really. Shaw, a sound designer based out of New York City, is designing a new production of N. C. Hunter’s 1951 play A Picture of Autumn for The Mint Theater. Like most productions, this one has a couple of looming question marks for both the sound designer and the production as a whole.