Curtis Craig is happy to return to the Clarence Brown, where he has previously sound designed A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Whipping Man, On the Razzle, The Music Man, and Man of LaMancha. His recent sound design work has been heard with the People’s Light and Theatre, Actors Theater of Louisville, Denver Center Theatre Company, Seattle Rep, Detroit Public Theatre, Chautauqua Theater Company, the World Famous Apollo Theater, Classical Theater of Harlem, the Royal Family Performing Arts Center, New York Fringe, Watertower Theater, Dallas Theater Center, and Pennsylvania Centre Stage. In 2017, his sound design and composition from the Denver Center production of All The Way was awarded the Silver Medal in Sound Design at the World Stage Design exposition in Taipei, Taiwan. He previously exhibited his work at World Stage Design expo in Cardiff, Wales and he won the Gold Medal in Sound Design for Pentecost in 2009 in Seoul, South Korea. He is the head of both the undergraduate program in Theater Design & Technology and the Sound Design program at Penn State University. His work can be seen and heard at www.curtiscraig.com.