LINDSAY JONES (Sound Design)

Based in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York, Lindsay is glad to be working again with Lost Angels, where he won the 2005 Ovation Award for his sound design of Killer Joe. Off-Broadway credits include The God Of Hell, Dedication Or The Stuff Of Dreams, In The Continuum, John Ferguson, Boy, String Of Pearls, Hardball, Splitting Infinity, Treason, Luminescence Dating, O Jerusalem, Beautiful Thing and Closet Land. His work has been heard in many regional theatres across the country including Center Stage, American Conservatory Theatre, Hartford Stage, South Coast Repertory, Alliance, Goodman, Arena Stage, Yale Repertory, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Kansas City Repertory, The Old Globe, Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf, Pasadena Playhouse, Milwaukee Repertory and Lookingglass. Internationally, he has had productions in Austria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Scotland and The Royal Shakespeare Company of England. Mr. Jones has received four Joseph Jefferson Awards and eleven nominations, two ASCAP Plus Awards, nominations for a Barrymore Award, Connecticut Critics Award, NAACP Theatre Award and Austin Critics Table Award, and was the first sound designer to win the Michael Maggio Emerging Designer Award. His most recent film score was for A Note Of Triumph: The Golden Age Of Norman Corwin (2006 Academy Award winner, Best Documentary, Short Subject) for HBO Films.