Newsletter: February 28, 2018

GW Rodriguez |
Standby Sound 126 We’ve all experienced those cues we build that are very demanding of our Stage Managers. We want a cue to happen at the exact moment of an action. In my most recent case, I was the Sound Designer for THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI by Bertolt Brecht. Scene ten is a trial where many witnesses are questioned. ...
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Amy Altadonna received a BA in Music from the College of William and Mary followed by an MFA from Yale. She is known for her enthusiasm and positive attitude – a gift to any collaboration. An Artistic Associate at Colt Coeur, her designs include work for Colonial Williamsburg, the films Salesgirl and Yield, multiple productions at Shakespeare and Company, and ...
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A self proclaimed desert rat from New Mexico, Chet Miller came to New York after graduating with an MFA from Ohio University in 2013. His repertoire includes Baritone, French Horn, Tuba, Timpani, random noise, “dicing up tiger cues and recording passersby being eaten” and some excellent cymbal work. He is currently serving as the Early Career Representative on the 2017-2018 ...
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Tuba player, recovering drummer, teacher, designer, content creator – after thirty years in the business, Bruce Ellman continues to take on unusual projects. Now in Orlando Florida after several decades in New York, his career has included teaching at the New York City College of Technology, an off Broadway career with multiple productions at Manhattan Theater Club, and themed exhibition ...
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