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Cyrano
de Bergerac

September 24

November 10, 2013

in CST's Courtyard Theater

by Edmond Rostand
translated and adapted for the stage
by Anthony Burgess
directed by Penny Metropulos

James Savage

Sound Designer

James Savage is head of the sound department at CST, where more than thirty-five design credits include: A Q Brothers’ Christmas Carol, Seussical, Cyrano de Bergerac, Othello: The Remix (Jeff Award; CST, London, Germany, Edinburgh, South Korea, Sydney, Poland), Murder for Two (Jeff Award nomination), Funk It Up About Nothin’ (CST, Edinburgh, Australian tour, London), Disney’s Aladdin, Twelfth Night, Willy Wonka, Othello, Passion, How Can You Run with a Shell on Your Back?, Hamlet, A Flea in Her Ear, The Princess and the Pea, Peter Pan, Much Ado About Nothing, A Little Night Music, Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks The Taming of the Shrew, multiple Short Shakespeare! productions, and all nine CPS Shakespeare! productions. Mr. Savage’s special effects design credits include: Shrek the Musical, Richard III, Macbeth and Cymbeline. Mr. Savage has served as the lead mix engineer with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Utah Shakespeare Festival. Regional design credits include sound design for Sondheim’s Saturday Night and assistant sound design for The Hot Mikado (University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music).

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