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Designer and Engineer

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Recent design projects include:

Rodger's and Hammerstein's Cinderella - Cape Fear Regional Theater

Rachel Bloom: Death Let Me Do My Show - Orpheum Theater

(Asst. to Alex Neumann and Beth Lake)

Pal Joey - New York City Center Encores! Gala

(Asst. to Alex Neumann and Peter Fitzgerald)

Bite Me - WP Theater (Asst. to Tosin Olufolabi)

Becky Nurse of Salem - Trinity Repertory Theater
(Assoc. to Joanna Lynne Staub)

Rachel Bloom: Death Let Me Do My Show - Lucille Lortel Theater
(Asst. to Alex Neumann and Beth Lake)

The 39 Steps - White Heron Theater Company
(Assoc. to Ryan Rumery)

Oliver! - New York City Center (Asst. to Alex Neumann)

Escape to Margaritaville - Walnut Street Theater

Becomes a Woman - Mint Theater (Assoc. to M. Florian Staab)

The Rewards of Being Frank - Co-Production between Cincinnati Shakespeare Company & New York Classical Theatre

Vicksburg - Co-Production between Mabou Mines & Harlem Stage (Assoc. to M. Florian Staab)

A Charlie Brown Christmas Live! on Tour - Gershwin Entertainment (Assoc. to Josh Samuels)

Weightless - WP Theater (Asst. to Joanna Lynne Staub)


Alex Brock is a freelance sound designer and engineer from Greenfield, Indiana now based in New York, New York.

Regionally, Alex has worked with the Great River Shakespeare Festival, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Indiana Repertory Theater, Bay Street Theater, Syracuse Stage, Chautauqua Theater Company, New York Stage and Film, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Walnut Street Theater, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, White Heron Theater Company, Trinity Repertory Company, and Cape Fear Regional Theater.

Alex is also an early career member of TSDCA.

In the spring of 2022, Alex completed her third and final year at University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) in pursuit of an MFA in sound design. As a graduate assistant, she aided in facilitating the sound shop, which included equipment maintenance, production prep, and supervising work calls with undergraduate students. In her time at CCM, she also filled the roles of production engineer, assistant/associate designer, and lead sound designer.

In her second and third years, she taught Sound Workroom Practicum I and II, which are the introductory sound courses for theatre design and production students.

Alex is also a graduate of Ball State University's Department of Theatre and Dance, and spent her years there heavily involved in their rigorous educational production seasons, filling the roles of designer, mix engineer, and shop crew lead.

As a lifelong lover of music, Alex values its use in theatre as a way to help audiences connect to characters and their stories. She aspires to

design for musical theatre.

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