Beth Lake is freelance Sound Designer and theater practitioner based in NYC.
Sound Design for Selling Kabul by Sylvia Khoury, directed by Tyne Raefali at Williamstown Theater Festival.
Sound Design for Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Carey Perloff at Williamstown Theater Festival.
Beth works on a wide variety of projects, though she has discovered a particular fondness for creating new, text-based works. Since moving to NYC, she has created a solid network of collaborators and creators. Beth is also often behind the tech table as an Associate designer for many of Broadway's best designers.
Broadway My Fair Lady (Associate); The Play That Goes Wrong (Associate); Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (Assistant); Misery (Programmer); Velocity of Autumn (Assistant)
Off Broadway Victory Dance by the New Victory; The Wolves (Co-Design with Stowe Nelson); Freud's Last Session (NYC, L.A., Chicago, Regional)
Other NYC Strictly Dishonorable, The Fabulous Lipitones (NYC Premiere), Tough Titty (NYC Premiere), Some Girls; Blue Window; Eurydice; Sakaram Binder; Bring a Weasel and A Pint of Your Own Blood; By Rights We Should Be Giants
Resident Designer Lunar Energy Productions.
Regional Alley Theater, Houston; McCarter Theater; Long Wharf Theater; Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Bucks County Playhouse; TheaterWorks; South Coast Repertory; Geffen Playhouse; St. Louis Repertory; St. Louis Opera.
In addition, Beth is a graduate of the M.F.A program in Sound Design at the University of California, Irvine. She spent three years in sunny California under the tutelage of Michael K. Hooker and Vincent Olivieri. Prior to attending UCI, Beth was at the University of Northern Colorado where she earned at B.A in Theater Arts. The program at UNC is led by David Grapes, and Anne Toewe.
Download Beth's resume here.