JOSHUA HORVATH is an award-winning Chicago Sound Designer/ Composer/Music Producer. Court credits include Blues for an Alabama Sky, Fences, Porgy and Bess, The Secret Garden, Titus Andronicus, Arcadia, Angels in America, Tartuffe, Raisin, Native Son, End Game, The Romance Cycle, Guys and Dolls, and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Other shows include Into the Woods (Oregon Shakespeare), Little Shop of Horrors (Cleveland Playhouse), The Verona Project and King Lear (California Shakespeare), Blood Wedding (Lookingglass Theatre), Start Down (The Alliance), An Iliad (Geva, Kansas City Rep), A Raisin in the Sun (Milwaukee Rep), Baskerville (Arena, McCarter), Oliver (Arena), Comedy of Tenors (Cleveland Playhouse, McCarter), Immediate Family (The Mark Taper Forum), A Long Red Road (Goodman Theatre), Civil War Christmas (Long Wharf), Crime and Punishment (Centerstage), The Realness (Merrimack Rep), Circle Mirror Transformation (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), and Clay (Lincoln Center). Mr. Horvath has taught sound design for theatre and film at Northwestern University and DePaul University. He is a four time Joseph Jefferson Award winner and an LA Ovation winner, a company member of The House Theatre of Chicago, an artistic associate at Lookingglass, and a collaborative partner with Goodman.
Bio as of 2/2017