Posts Tagged “South Coast Rep”

Today is the final day of performances of Clean/Espejos at South Coast Repertory. It was a short run – barely two weeks of performances, culminating in a flurry of shows during SCR’s Pacific Playwright’s Festival. I’m proud of my work on the show – there’s a lot of music in it, plus an extraordinary amount […]

One of the quirkiest theatre sound playback tools available is Ableton Live. Live (currently in version 11) is more often used by theatre sound designers as a DAW, but in certain situations, it can be a powerful tool for playback, particularly if the content involves lots of dynamic music. I won’t go into when/how/why to […]

Sound Design work is picking back up in theatre after the covid shut-down. Here’s what I’ve been up to: Last fall, I did the post-production audio for Bourn Kind: The Tiny Kindness Project, a short directed by Rachel Myers. I performed foley, mixed, and mastered it. It’s being submitted for festivals now, so keep your […]

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 […]

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 […]