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Richelle Thompson

Richelle Thompson

Richelle Thompson (Sound Designer,God of Carnage) joined the Alabama Shakespeare Festival as residentsound designer in 2007. She holds a bachelors degree from Southern Utah University and has worked with companies including The Alabama Ballet, The Alys Stephen’s Center, The American Folk Ballet, Nevada Dance Theatre, and The Utah Shakespearean Festival. While in Birmingham, Richelle designed sound for Birmingham Festival Theatre: Reindeer Monologues, First Lady Suite, and The Subject Tonight is Love (Alabama ACT Best Play 2004), the 13th Street Ensemble’s Private Lives and T’Bone N’ Weasel and numerous productions for the University of Alabama at Birmingham while on staff with the Department of Theatre. Previous sound designs at ASF include: Dracula, Cowgirls, Hamlet, Lettice and Lovage, All’s Well that Ends Well, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Cymbeline, A Christmas Story, A Christmas Carol the Musical, Beehive, West Side Story, Fair and Tender Ladies, Misalliance, Doctor Faustus, Over the Tavern, James and the Giant Peach the world premiers of Nobody, Rocket City, and the cooperative production of The Nacirema Society with the Alliance Theatre.


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