Mark Bruckner

Mark BrucknerMark Bruckner (Composer/Music Director/Sound Designer) is a New York Innovative Theater and Audelco Award-winning composer, and Henry Hewes American Theatre Wing sound design nominee. He has received commissions from NYC companies, regional theatres, universities, and producing organizations across the country to compose, direct music, and create sound designs for classic, contemporary, and new plays and musicals. Off-Broadway credits include work with the Adhesive Theater Project, Algonquin Theatre Productions, the Bushwick Starr, Circle Rep, Imua Theatre, LaMama E.T.C., The Lone Wolf Tribe, The New Federal Theatre (NFT), The Women’s Project, and the Workshop Theatre, to name a few. Recent work includes music and sound design the 2016 U.S. premiere of Privatopia by Maria Efsthatiadis  (LaGuardia Performing Arts Center); the 2014 premiere of (Re)-Considering Hannah by Deirdre Girard (Boston Playwright’s Theater); music, sound and live foley for the premiere of Erin Courtney’s The Service Road (Adhesive Theater Company); The God Projekt by Kevin Augustine and the Lone Wolf Tribe (LaMama); the 2015 premiere of Amira Baraka’s The Most Dangerous Man in America directed by Woodie King, Jr. for the NFT; music direction the 50th anniversary revival of Martin Duberman’s In White America produced by the NFT and Castillo Theater; and music for the 2016 premiere of Robert Brustein’s, Exposed, produced by the Boston Playwrights’ Center and Boston Center for American Performance.

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