A Tempo:

The World of Sound Design
A Conversation with Tony Nominee Dan Moses Schreier

By   MAY 31, 2018

Dan Moses Schreier has spent more than three decades crafting the soundscapes of plays and musicals, including the current revival of Eugene O’Neill’s “The Iceman Cometh,” for which he received his fifth Tony Nomination.  A Tempo host Rachel Katz interviews Schreier about how he goes about creating the aural atmosphere of a stage production and how advances in technology have created new challenges and opportunities over the years.  


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A few months ago, I got an email from William Bolcom, telling me to run, not walk, to Amsterdam to hear a new opera composed by one of his former students. This marionette opera, based on a lost futurist libretto, was a technical and artistic tour-de-force, and was composed by Dan Moses Schreier.

This summer, I interviewed Dan in New York about his work on and off Broadway.