Here is some season paperwork I generated for our wordclock and video distribution at the Goodspeed Opera House.
I am excited to be starting a second season as Goodspeed’s Production Audio Engineer for our mainstage, the Goodspeed Opera House. From March to December I’ll be mixing “The Will Rogers Follies”, “Oliver!”, and “The Drowsy Chaperone.” If you’re in the New England Area, come on by for a visit!
After a successful end to my season at Goodspeed Musicals last year mixing “Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz,” I was offered and accepted the full-time position of Production Audio Engineer at their main stage, The Goodspeed (colloquially known as “The Goodspeed Opera House”). I’ll be staying on for the off-season this winter doing various upkeep, maintenance, and shop prep, then mixing their 3-musical season from April to December. Things kick off April 21st with “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and end December 10th with a revisited production of “Rags,” on which Stephen Schwartz himself will be collaborating. So, that’s where to find me these days! And do come visit if you need a weekend away or find yourself passing through the New England area 🙂
Here’s some examples of the mix paperwork I prepared for Goodspeed’s production of the new musical, “A Sign of the Times,” which featured a score of songs made famous by Petula Clark and other artists from the early 1960s. Book by Bruce Vilanch, Directed by Gabriel Barre.
For access to PDFs, please click links below image.