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Richard Woodbury

Richard Woodbury

Richard Woodbury

(Bio as of December 2015)

Richard Woodbury is the resident sound designer at the Goodman, where his credits include music and/or sound design for Vanya and Sonia and Masha and SpikeThe Little Foxes; stop. reset.; Rapture, Blister, Burn; Ask Aunt SusanLuna GaleMeasure for MeasureTeddy FerraraOther Desert CitiesCrownsCamino RealA Christmas CarolRedGod of CarnageThe SeagullCandideA True History of the Johnstown FloodHughie/Krapp’s Last TapeAnimal CrackersMagnoliaDesire Under the ElmsThe Ballad of Emmett TillTalking PicturesThe ActorBlind DateRabbit HoleKing LearFrank’s HomeThe Dreams of Sarah BreedloveA Life in the TheatreDollhouseFinishing the PictureMoonlight and MagnoliasThe Goat or, Who is Sylvia?; Lobby Hero and many others. Steppenwolf Theatre Company credits include SlowgirlBelleville, MiddletownUp, The Seafarer,  August: Osage CountyI Just Stopped By to See the ManHysteriaThe Beauty Queen of LeenaneThe Memory of WaterThe Libertine and others. Broadway credits include original music and/or sound design for Desire Under the ElmsAugust: Osage CountyTalk RadioLong Day’s Journey into NightA Moon for the MisbegottenDeath of a Salesman and The Young Man from Atlanta. Mr. Woodbury’s work has also been heard at Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Canada, London’s Lyric and National theaters, in Paris and at regional theaters across the United States. Mr. Woodbury has received Jeff, Helen Hayes and IRNE awards for Outstanding Sound Design and the Ruth Page Award for Outstanding Collaborative Artist, as well as nominations for Drama Desk (New York) and Ovation (Los Angeles) Awards. Mr. Woodbury has composed numerous commissioned scores for dance and has performed live with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane and Merce Cunningham Dance companies. 

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