(Bio as of November 2021)
Ronnie Malley (Sound Designer) is a multi-instrumentalist musician, actor, composer, sound designer, producer, playwright, educator and the executive director of Intercultural Music Production. Recent theatre credits include: Scenes From 73 Years and The Shroudmaker(Medina Theatre Collective); The Band’s Visit (North American Tour); American Griot (MVCC, Silk Road Rising; Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Award 2020); Macbeth (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Great Expectations (Silk Road Rising, Remy Bumppo Theatre; Jeff Nominated for Best Original Music); Ziryab, The Songbird Of Andalusia (Silk Road Rising); The Jungle Book (Goodman Theatre, Huntington Theatre); The White Snake (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); The Sultan’s Dilemma (International Voices Project); Mirror of the Invisible World (Goodman Theatre). He has a BA in Global Music Studies from DePaul University and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Linguistics at the University of Chicago. He is a teaching artist with Chicago Public Schools, an artist researcher with Chicago Arts Partnership in Education and a guest lecturer at universities. He is an international artist and has performed with the music groups Allos Musica, Apollo’s Fire, Diwan Al-Han, EMME, Lamajamal, Mucca Pazza, Newberry Consort, Surabhi Ensemble, the Toronto Chamber Choir and the University of Chicago Middle East Music Ensemble. He is a member of Actors Equity Association and the American Federation of Musicians.