Posts Tagged “LA”

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 […]

Last week, costume designer Mike Floyd and I directed a workshop of a new work.  Our piece, currently titled Elysian Roux, is an immersive site-specific work, using the outdoor public space around a large building as our playing area.  We assembled a great team of designers, performers, and other creatives, and over two weeks, we […]

On Friday night, Rachel Bonds’ play Five Mile Lake had its world-premiere at South Coast Repertory.  Under the hand of director Daniella Topol, Bonds’ deceptively quiet text about a group of young people in a small town in Pennsylvania found shone.  I was delighted to create the music and design for the world premiere.  You […]

A lot has been happening lately, and I haven’t gotten a chance to update this site recently.  So, here you go!   Last week, at the USITT conference, my sound-art collective, PUSH THE BUTTON, debuted a sound walk piece. The piece is entitled Hell’s Half Acre and is a four-part walk around the Fort Worth […]

Here’s a link to a piece I wrote for Stage Directions Magazine about a production of Invisible Cities by the LA Opera company The Industry.   And the first paragraph, as an amuse bouche:   Los Angeles is a cultural capital. Driving through its many streets and highways, you can’t help notice all of the creative […]