Meet the team

David Wilson

David Wilson (Sound Design) returns to the Central Square Theater having previously designed Emilé La Marquise du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight.  He has designed lighting or sound for over 350 productions of opera, theater, concert and dance. He served on the faculty of Brandeis University for over 25 years teaching lighting and sound design; and developed and led the graduate program in sound design. He has designed and taught at Boston College, Boston Conservatory of Music, Bowdoin, Emerson, Harvard, New England Conservatory, Tufts, Suffolk and UMASS-Lowell. Regional credits include Actors’ Shakespeare Project, Boston Playwrights, Central City Opera, Company One, Deborah Abel Dance, Dibble Dance, Gloucester Stage, Lyric Stage, Merrimack Rep, Moonbox, New Rep, Nora, North Shore Music Theater, Reagle Music Theater, Speakeasy, Stoneham, Shakespeare and Co, WHAT and Wheelock Family Theater. He has received multiple nominations and awards for his work, most recently the Elliot Norton Award for ASP’s Edward II.  DW-Design.com

October 2018.

 

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