is very excited to be returning to the Mac this summer. He had the pleasure of designing both Xanadu and Forever Plaid last summer as well as Showstoppers and Gabe Belyeu’s one man show and is excited to be here for the whole summer this season. Sean has a BS degree in Music Industry and Recording Technology from York College and currently resides in Central Pennsylvania. He has been a sound designer for six years and a sound engineer for 18 years. You may have heard some of his designs at Gulfshore Playhouse, GableStage, Suncoast Broadway, The Naples Players, Penobscot Theatre Company, True North Theatre or Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. As always he would like to thank his family and Alivia for their continued support of his dream. If you would like to learn more about Sean please visit his website at Seanmcginleysounddesign.com
Nick Caburis is a New Jersey-based Sound and Lighting Designer as well as audio engineer. This is his first summer at Mac-Haydn and he’s thrilled to be here! Since age 13, Nick has been enveloped in the many facets of theatrical productions. He spends his time discovering new ways to connect lighting and sound to create a world on stage. Originally studying Computer Science at New York’s Marist College, Nick went on to transfer to Montclair State University in New Jersey to earn his BFA in Theatre. Some of his previous work includes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, a new work titled The Names We Gave Him, The Addams Family, Chicago, Hello Dolly!, and The Sound of Music. NickCaburisDesigns.com
Whitaker Gardner is thrilled to join the Mac-Haydn Theatre family for the first time. His recent Off-Broadway credits as operator include Dracula/Frankenstein (rep), Macbeth, The Cradle Will Rock, Mies Julie/The Dance of Death (rep), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, & Carmen Jones at Classic Stage Company. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre from Georgia Southern University and spent time as an Apprentice of Production at American Stage Theatre Company in St. Petersburg, FL. He is originally from and currently resides in Atlanta, GA. Hobbies include movies, sports, music, reading and podcasts. He would like to thank Rachel, his friends, and his family for all of their love and support.
Nathan Schilz is delighted to make his debut with Mac-Haydn Theatre! Originally from Central Illinois, but spending most of his sound and composing career in Minneapolis, he now calls Seattle home where he is the Master Audio Engineer of Cornish Playhouse. Notable design credits include: Mixed Blood Theatre, Penumbra Theatre, and Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis; Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre; Oklahoma City University; and Pacific Conservatory Theatre (PCPA)
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Corbin is a sound designer, composer and media programmer currently completing his BFA in Sound Design at the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, OH. Corbin is returning for his second season with the Mac-Haydn. He has also worked as an engineer and designer for Lyceum Theatre in Arrow Rock MO, Short North Stage in Columbus, OH, and Virginia Repertory Theatre in Richmond, VA, where he worked on the new musical Atlantis. Favorite credits include Kiss of the Spider Woman, Ragtime, Heathers: The Musical, The Fantasticks, Angels in America, Dreamgirls, Hair, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. In his spare time, Corbin enjoys writing and playing music, reading biographies, and programming interactive media.