David Gregory

David Gregory has recent sound design credits that include Wages of Thin (Old Red Lion; 2010 Off West End Sound Design of the Year nomination), Ordinary Lads (ETC Theatre), Sudden Loss of Dignity (Bush Theatre, Lattitude Festival, UK tour), S-27 (Finborough Theatre), Waiting for Romeo (Pleasance, London, and Edinburgh), Strippers and Gentlemen (ICA), The Zoo (Finborough Theatre), and An Artist and a Mariner (Minack Theatre). As a sound engineer, his most recent credits include Design for Living and The Prisoner of Second Avenue (The Old Vic), The Bridge Project (The Old Vic, Teatro EspaÒol Avile's), The Real Thing, Six Degrees of Separation, Inherit the Wind, and The Bridge Project (The Old Vic, Greece Epidaurus), Dancing at Lughnasa, Complicit, The Norman Conquests, Speed-the-Plow, and Gaslight, Birdsong (Comedy Theatre), and many more. He also worked as a production engineer and apprentice for CueOne, building, installing, and maintaining sound systems for theatre productions in the West End and in UK regional and touring venues. Mr. Gregory trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

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