December 23, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at Center / Architecture + Design
part of a series on Sound
About the speaker
Robert Kaplowitz has spent the last 24 years designing sound and composing, and has been honored with an OBIE award for Sustained Excellence In Sound Design and a Tony award for Fela! A Philadelphian since 2010, he has designed and/or composed for PlayPenn, The Wilma, Interact, The Arden, Lucidity Suitcase, Pig Iron, The Lantern, PTC and others; other regional and international venues and companies include the Guthrie, the Alley, Sundance, the O’Neill, Pilobolus, The National Theatre of England, and both the Expo Center and Fela’s Shrine in Lagos. In NYC, his work has been heard on Broadway, as well as at The Public, New York Theater Workshop, MCC, 2nd Stage, the Vineyard, MTC, and just about every 99 seat and smaller venue in that crazy burb. He has recently begun creating museum installations, building a 7-room installation for the National Museum of Prague’s Lapidarium, and an installation for the Lincoln Center Library. He also runs Nine Hostage Arts in Philadelphia, and teaches at Princeton University.
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