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Sound Designer



Daniela Hart is a sound designer, composer, and filmmaker based in NYC. Selected theater credits include Las Borinqueñas (Ensemble Studio Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (Pittsburgh Public Theater/Baltimore Center Stage); Murder on the Orient Express (Syracuse Stage); Hotel Happy (Houses on the Moon Theater Company); Munich Medea: Happy Family (WP Theater/PlayCo); Lady Day (Baltimore Center Stage); tiny father (Barrington Stage Company/Chautauqua Theater Company); black odyssey (Classic Stage Company); Espejos: Clean (Hartford Stage/Syracuse Stage); Blue’s Clues & You! (Round Room Live); Queen (Long Wharf Theatre/A.R.T. New York); Fires in the Mirror (Baltimore Center Stage/Long Wharf Theatre); Happy Life (Soho Rep); Choir Boy (Yale Repertory Theatre); The Juniors (Colgate University); (The Making Of) How to Save the World in 90 Minutes (Cherry Lane Theatre); References to Salvador Dalí Make Me Hot (A.R.T., Harvard); Julius Caesar (Vermont Shakespeare Festival); Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Rattlestick Theater). Daniela received their M.F.A. in Sound Design from the Yale School of Drama and is the founder of UptownWorks. www.uptownworksnyc.com

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