Joshua Horvath – Sound Designer


JOSHUA HORVATH (Sound Design) is an award winning sound designer, composer and music producer.  His music production credits include: Clay (Lookinnglass Theatre, Kansas City Rep, Center Theatre Group, and Lincoln Center), Venice, named one of the top ten theatrical events of 2010 by Time magazine (Kansas City Rep and Center Theatre Group), and The Verona Project (California Shakespeare).  His designs and compositions have been heard at: The Kennedy Center, Hartford Stage, Centerstage, The Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf, Chicago Shakespeare, The Court, Lookingglass, Milwaukee Rep, Kansas City Rep, and Center Theatre Group.  He has worked with directors Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Hal Prince, Tina Landau, Michael Grief, Gary Griffin, Mary Zimmerman, Amanda Dehnert, Charlie Newell, and Eric Rosen.  Josh is the recipient of four Joseph Jefferson awards and eleven other nominations, a LA Weekly award nominee, an artistic associate of the Tony Regional Theatre award recipient Lookingglass Theatre, teaches Sound Design for Theatre and Film at Northwestern University, a member of USA 829 and ASCAP, and co-owner of Aria Music Designs, LLC.


WONDERFUL TOWN at the Goodman Theatre: Ana Kuzmanic, Costume Designer; Ray Nardelli, Sound Designer; Chuck LaPointe, Wig Designer

"But I have to say that when Ruth and Eileen, the two transplants from Columbus, Ohio, arrive in their subterranean Greenwich Village hovel (in Todd Rosenthal's droll, primary-colored design, the dump arrives from the pit, as if from hell) and encounter a dude playing...

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