Posts Tagged “Geffen”

In the past few months, I’ve been working on a number of new projects. Some are running, some are closed, and some are upcoming! In March, I opened a funk musical that I scored in socal. Clown Aliens is a piece that I’ve been developing for a few years now, and I was glad to […]

Last week, the Los Angeles Ovation Awards were held in downtown LA.  I was nominated for two individual awards for Outstanding Sound Design for a Large Theatre for my work on Guards at the Taj and Barcelona, both with The Geffen Playhouse.  I didn’t win the individual award, but Guards at the Taj did win […]

After a few months of struggling with some access to this blog which included some hosting matters), I’m finally able to give an update about some of the work that I’ve been doing. Here are some notes about some recent projects: — In October, I designed and scored the west coast premiere of Rajiv Joseph’s […]

It’s been a busy spring for me this year.  I’ve got a number of interesting projects that are moving forward in different stages of completion.   A few weeks ago, Miss Julie opened at the Geffen Theatre in Los Angeles. The text is a world premiere adaptation by Neil LaBute, and Jo Bonney directed it. […]

I headed into Westwood today for the first rehearsal of Miss Julie at The Geffen.  It was one of the better-attended first readthroughs I’ve been to recently.  Three out of the four designers were in attendance, and there were quite a few members of the literary & production staves also around.  Neil LaBute couldn’t make […]