Becca Stoll

Becca Stoll is a theatrical audio engineer. She specializes in mixing musicals, and is especially passionate about mixing new works. Pre-pandemic, her main gig was Head of Audio on Rock of Ages (Off-Broadway at New World Stages). Other New York credits include: Two’s A Crowd (59E59), A Strange Loop (Playwrights Horizons), Antigone in Ferguson (St. Ann’s Church); We Are The Tigers (Theatre 80). Tours: Million Dollar Quartet (A2). Selected Regional: The Donkey Show (OBERON), Caucasian Chalk Circle (A2, Yale Rep), 3 seasons as Production Audio Engineer for the Goodspeed Opera House. Education: Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, NHSI “Theatre Cherubs”. Member: TSDCA, USITT, SoundGirls.

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This month’s blog will go over some basic music theory concepts that I have found useful in my work as a...
One of the biggest things I had to learn about when I moved from working in regional theatre to working in...
Interview with Anna-Lee Craig (part two). ALC holds many impressive titles, even more, impressive when taken together. Among them are A2...
As we all well know, the arts are an under-appreciated economic driver in this country. In just the state of New...
The Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association (TSDCA) is a professional membership organization of sound designers and composers for the performing...
Getting any show up and running is hard. Layers upon layers of new information are being added to the piece once...
“Gibbs's Rules are an extensive series of guidelines that NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs lives by and teaches to the people he works...
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and I’ve had a lot of chances these past weeks to reckon with my feelings...
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