Mic Pool

Mic Pool designed Sherlock's Last Case (2018) for the Huntington. He previously designed The 39 Steps (2007) for the Huntington (as well as on Broadway, in the West End, and worldwide, Tony Award for Best Sound Design). Other theatre credits include Art (West End, Broadway, and worldwide); Witness for the Prosecution (County Hall); No’s Knife (The Old Vic and Abbey Theatre Dublin); Fortune’s Fool (The Old Vic); The Postman Always Rings Twice (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Brand and Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Unexpected Man (New York, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Duchess Theatre); The King’s Speech (Wyndham’s Theatre); The Madness of George III (Apollo Theatre); Dr Faustus (Fortune Theatre); The Captain of Kopenick (National Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Seagull, and The Roundhouse Season of Late Shakespeare Plays (Royal Shakespeare Company); Switzerland (Ustinov Studio, Bath); Alzira (Buxton International Festival); Kathleen Turner – Finding My Voice (The Other Palace); The Stopping Train and Overworlds and Underworlds (Gavin Bryars); Blueberry Toast (Soho Theatre); Our Country’s Good (Out of Joint); Touched, Faith Healer, and Restoration (Royal Court Theatre); You Never Can Tell, The Ice Chimney, and Summer with Monika (Lyric Hammersmith); and Shockheaded Peter and Rambert Dance Company (international tours).

(As of October 2018)

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