Meet the team

Mark Bruckner

Mark Bruckner (Sound Designer) is a New York-based Innovative Theater and Audelco Award-winning composer and music director, and a Henry Hewes American Theatre Wing sound design nominee.  Known for his work in new play development and musical theatre adaptations, he has received commissions from off-Broadway, regional theaters, colleges, and producing organizations across the country. Recent highlights include:  Original music, sound design, and wearable audio for Fen by Caryl Churchill (The Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts); the 2016 premiere of Privatopia by Maria Efsthatiadis  (LaGuardia Performing Arts Center); The God Projekt by Kevin Augustine and Lone Wolf Tribe (LaMama, ETC); the 50th anniversary production of Martin Duberman’s In White America, and the world premiere of Amira Baraka’s final play, The Most Dangerous Man in America (New Federal Theater, NY); original music, sound, foley design and performance for the NY premiere of The Service Road, by Obie-award winning playwright Erin Courtney. In Boston Mr. Bruckner’s work has been featured in productions at the Boston Playwright’s Theater and Boston University. He is grateful to the artistic team and company of A Christmas Carol for offering this opportunity to re-imagine and reinvent a classic.  Wassail!!