National Theatre of Scotland's

Black Watch

April 8

May 7, 2011

at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway.

A World's Stage Production
from Scotland
by Gregory Burke
directed by John Tiffany

Gareth Fry

Sound Designer

Gareth Fry returns to the National Theatre of Scotland, where his credits include Peter Pan and Be Near Me. Other theater credits include: Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Sweet Nothings (Young Vic); Babel (Stan Won't Dance); No Idea (Improbable); The Prisoner of 2nd Avenue (Vaudeville Theatre); Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Arcola Theatre); Endgame, Shun-kin (Complicité); Noise of Time (Complicité & the Emerson String Quartet); Othello (Frantic Assembly); The Fahrenheit Twins (Told by an Idiot); Tangle, Zero Degrees and Drifting (Unlimited Theatre); Astronaut (Theatre O); The Bull, The Flowerbed, Giselle (Barbican Centre/Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre); Living Costs (DV8 at Tate Modern); After Dido (English National Opera); Dancing at Lughnasa (Old Vic); Shadowmouth, The Romans in Britain (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); How Much Is Your Iron?, The Jewish Wife (Young Vic Brecht Fest); Phaedra's Love (Bristol Old Vic/Barbican Centre); and The Watery Part of the World (Sound & Fury/BAC & UK tour). Mr. Fry was awarded a Laurence Olivier Award in 2009 and the Helpmann Award in 2008 for his work on Black Watch. He trained at the Central School of Speech — Drama in theater design.

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