Sound Design MFA, 2012
Ken Goodwin is a sound designer and engineer originally hailing from upstate New York and Pennsylvania.
He has worked with a number of different companies in the US and UK ranging from drama and musical theatre to opera and rock-n-roll. Ken's background also includes a number of corporate clients and touring dance companies throughout the states. His Credits include: A Doctor In Spite of Himself, (Yale Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre), The Realistic Joneses (Yale Rep), Emilie (Spoleto Festival USA), Cooking with the Calamari Sisters, Miss Saigon, Peter Pan, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse), What A Glorious Feeling, Brush the Summer By, Murder for Two: a Killer Musical, Loving Leo (Adirondack Theatre Festival), 1776, Into the Woods, Manon Lescaut (Utah Festival Opera). Ken has worked on over fifteen productions at the Yale Cabaret and serves as an Artistic Associate for it's 44th season. Ken has also worked with numerous live bands at nightclubs and festivals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for Events Staging Co. Ken holds a B.A. in Theatre Production & Design with a minor in Music Technology from Susquehanna University and an M.F.A. in Sound Design from Yale School of Drama.