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Noel Nichols

Assistant Professor of Theatre Practice in Sound Design


Noel Nichols (they/she) is a sound designer with roots in Phoenix, Arizona and New York City. They work most frequently with design collective UptownWorks to design sound for theatre, film, and new media and continue to work regionally while in residence here at USC. Select sound design highlights with UptownWorks include the ripple, the wave that carried me home (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Goodman Theatre), Today is My Birthday (Yale Repertory Theatre), First Down (Noor Theatre), Sidewalk Echoes (En Garde Arts), Nightwatch (Dorset Theatre Festival) and The Masses are Asses (Wesleyan CFA). Other designs include Fade (Audible) Fun Home (Yale School of Drama), Media Clown (University of Iowa) Tomás and the Library Lady, Memory House (Lake Dillon Theatre Co.) Latinos Who Look Like Ricky Martin (Verano Cabaret), Counting Pebbles (Faultline Ensemble). MFA in Sound Design, Yale School of Drama. noelnicholsdesign.com


MFA in Sound Design, Yale School of Drama