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Actor's Express

February  2023

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

Sound Designer: Kate Hoang

During a hot summer at a fundamentalist church camp in Texas, an idealistic young counselor works to shepherd the campers in the girls’ cabin through a delicate phase of self-discovery, only to be confronted with challenges to her own faith. The young women find themselves crashing into the uneasy tension between obedience and rebellion in a culture that is obsessed with their sexual purity.



Aurora Theatre

May  2023

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor, where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. You’ll see an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines); this Olivier Award-winning comedy is a hilarious hybrid of Monty Python and Sherlock Holmes. If you loved Noises Off, Boeing, Boeing and Don’t Dress for Dinner, you are going to love this fall-down funny play that is so wrong… it’s right.  

“A RIOTOUS EXPLOSION OF COMEDY!” (The Daily Beast), COMIC GOLD! (Variety) and “A GUT-BUSTING HIT,” (New York Times)  



Theatrical Outfit

March  2023

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

HIGH HEART. Based on the New York Times bestselling book by Cheryl Strayed (author of Wild) and adapted by Academy Award nominee Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Tiny Beautiful Thingsexplores Strayed’s time as the anonymous, unpaid, advice columnist Dear Sugar. While strangers on the internet tell her their most personal secrets (which they are terrified to even share with their own families), Strayed weaves together her own personal experiences to create a column full of light, laughter, and humanity. Tiny Beautiful Things is “A Theatrical Hug In Turbulent Times” (Variety).

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Alliance Theatre

March  2023

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Set in the heart of Seattle to the rhythms that shaped a generation, THE BOY WHO KISSED THE SKY is inspired by the early life and influences of musical icon Jimi Hendrix. In the early era of rock n roll music, we see a young Black boy conjure his creativity as a budding guitarist. Guided by the spirit of music itself, the Boy learns to find harmony inside the challenging noises of his life. Although more mythology than biography, THE BOY WHO KISSED THE SKY is a celebration of our muses and the forces that pull us to be who we are. Told with vibrant music and daring imagination, this new family musical inspires us to dream big when it matters most.  Commissioned by Seattle Children’s Theatre in partnership with Alliance Theatre, this highly theatrical play by Idris Goodwin celebrates all the young artists who follow their muse.

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Georgia Ensemble Theatre

March  2023

Sound Designer:  Bailey Gafeney

An editor in 1940s North Carolina sets out to find the true story of her difficult history in this homey musical that flits between the present and the past in a heartbeat. The emotional and uplifting Appalachian tale is inspired by a true story and features a gorgeous Tony-nominated bluegrass score by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. How far are you willing to go for love?



Aurora Theatre

March  2023

The electrifying Queen of Disco shot through the stars from gospel choir to dance floor diva. The 5-time Grammy Award-winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legend is known for mega-hits like Hot Stuff, Bad Girls and No More Tears (Enough Is Enough). What the world didn’t know was how Donna Summer risked it all to break through barriers, becoming the icon of an era and the inspiration for every music diva who followed.

Sound Designer and Audio Engineer:  Jeremiah Davison



True Color's Theatre

February  2023

Sound Designer: Mikaela Fraser

June returns home in an attempt to make amends with her family, after her brother, Amiri, is shot by a police officer. But when her family refuses to make a statement and her personal beliefs are questioned, suddenly June is forced into the spotlight and must decide which is more important: making amends with her family or standing up for her brother's life.



Lyric Opera of Chicago

February  2023

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Assistant Sound Designer: Chris Lane

"New work inspired by Rossini's The Barber of Seville that has grown into a joyful, original piece all its own, commissioned by Lyric. Updating the action to a Black barbershop on Chicago's South Side, this gifted duo has created an irresistibly upbeat work that celebrates the strength of community. The Factotum blends diverse musical styles with boundless imagination to create a soul opera, moving from gospel and funk to rap, hip-hop, classic barbershop quartet, and R&B. Those styles connect brilliantly with classical singing in a very human comedy that redefines everything that opera can be.



Quintessence Theatre Group

January  2023

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Grab your picket sign and get ready to march! Later banned in Boston and New Haven, the first performance of Waiting for Lefty by the Group Theatre started a riot. The mysterious disappearance of Lefty, the head of the strike committee, during a union meeting prompts a series of flashbacks that reveal the intensely personal reasons behind a group of taxi workers’ rallying call to action. With the fight for living wages and safe, equitable workplaces continuing to cause political debates, Clifford Odets’ iconic collage of the American working class illustrates the power of individual protest and the right to reform.



Georgia Ensemble Theatre

December 2022

Liz, Mary, and Jo--three mutually supportive, single-again-after-40 friends--disagree about Liz's new boyfriend. He's a dentist!  A celebrity look-alike! And just possibly...a serial killer?! It’s Sex and The City meets Murder, She Wrote in a hilarious modern comedy.

Sound Designer:  Bailey Gafeney



Christian Magby in Associations with Bicentennial production 

December  2022

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

The story of Jesus Christ is one that will live on in infamy. But very few know or understand the untold story, about the mother that changed the world. Mother of God is an inspired retelling of the sacrifices and lengths that Mary of Nazareth endured to bring into the world, the Savior humanity desperately needed.


It’s an adventure of hope, a test of faith, an evolution of love, and a quest through peril. These are the natures that Mary must go through, to become the person she was always meant to be, the woman she was destined to invoke, the remembered, Mother of God



Stage Door

December 2023

Santa skipped a house last year and this story is about the ragtag team determined to get to the bottom of it. Join us on the wild adventures of a mouse, an elf, and a spunky little girl who just won’t take no for an answer. Be sure to join us on this joyful tribute to the holiday season!

Sound Designer and Lighting Designer:  Johnathan Taylor

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Kitchen Theatre Company

February  2022

Sound Designer:  Johnathan Taylor

At her first TV writing job, Lucia, a Mexican-born novelist, struggles to make new friends, contribute to her writers room, and feel at home as the only Latinx employee in a white male-dominated workplace. Lucia comes to befriend Abel, a Mexican American custodian who works the night shift while she stays late hours. As their friendship grows, his personal stories start to blur with her TV scripts leading to unexpected consequences. Charming and poignant, this fast-paced dramedy is a calculated climb from common ground to the top of the ladder.

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Theatrical Outfit

February  2022

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

What if life came with a rewind button? Pulitzer Prize finalist Tanya Barfield brings the world a kaleidoscopic new play about love, heartbreak, skydiving and the infinite moments that make a relationship. Bright Half Life shares the four-and-a-half-decade story of Vicky and Erica, who meet, fall in love, and go through all the trials and tribulations of marriage and building a family. Pause. Rewind. Fast forward. And hold on to “A Well-Written, Engaging Portrayal Of Smart Women Finding Themselves And Each Other” (The New Yorker).

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Atlanta Lyric Theatre

February  2022

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Assistant Sound Engineer: Mikaela Fraser

BEEHIVE celebrates the powerful female voices of the 1960’s with such timeless hits as “My Boyfriend’s Back,” “Be My Baby,” “Son of a Preacher Man,” “Proud Mary,” and “Me and Bobby McGee.” Told from the perspective of six young women who come of age in this enigmatic decade, BEEHIVE takes us from their first Beehive Dance to the challenges we faced as a nation. Audiences will want to dance in the aisles as this show never stops moving and grooving with music by the most famous female performers of the 1960’s.



Flint Repertory 

February  2022

Directed by: Jeremiah Davison

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Lighting Designer: Jasmine Williams

As the water crisis in Flint, Michigan begins to make national headlines, a young couple struggling to make ends meet scrambles to fight for a better future for their daughter– even if it means losing everything they have. Developed in Flint Rep’s 2020 New Works Festival.



Actor's Express

January 2022

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Assistant Sound Designer: Kate Hoang

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

In 1905 New York, an independent woman named Esther creates beautiful lingerie for clients that range from white society mavens on the Upper East Side to prostitutes in the Tenderloin district. As she works toward her dream of opening a beauty salon for Black women, she earns the trust, respect and friendship of her diverse customers. And when she enters into a romantic correspondence with a mysterious pen pal, her quest for empowerment and self-actualization takes unexpected turns. A landmark play from MacArthur Genius Grant recipient and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage.



Lyric Theatre

August 2021

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Sound Engineer: Mikaela Fraser

Lighting Designer: Toni Sterling

With the houselights down, a man in a chair appears on stage and puts on his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The recording comes to life and The Drowsy Chaperone begins as the man in the chair looks on. Mix in two lovers on the eve of their wedding, a bumbling best man, a desperate theatre producer, a not-so-bright hostess, two gangsters posing as pastry chefs, a misguided Don Juan and an intoxicated chaperone, and you have the ingredients for an evening of madcap delight.



Actor's Express

August 2021

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

On the eve of Olympic qualifying trials, a champion swimmer’s future rests in the balance. If he makes the team he will sign a lucrative endorsement deal worth millions. But when performance-enhancing drugs are found in his team’s locker room fridge, he must tread water past the rumors to avoid losing it all. With rapid-fire dialogue that builds to an electrifying, twist-filled climax, Red Speedo will leave you breathless. From the acclaimed author of A Doll’s House Part 2 and The Christians.

Fires in the Mirror Atlanta Multiband Studios


Theatrical Outfit

June 2021

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Asst. Sound Designer:  Jeremiah Davison

How do you plan for a reckoning? Theatrical Outfit will commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Crown Heights riot by bringing Anna Deavere Smith’s (Shonda Rhimes’ For The People) documentary theatre masterpiece to life with soaring theatricality. Taken directly from a series of interviews with over fifty members of the Jewish and Black communities following the historic riots, Fires In The Mirror turns their voices into a tour de force one-woman show starring January LaVoy. 

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Kitchen Theatre

June 2021

Sound Designer:  Chris Lane

Meet Puppy, a 47-year-old lifelong East Coast woman who moves to Texas and learns to get strong. Built on adrenaline, determination, transformation, and sweat, this play cracks open fresh conversations about how we relate to our bodies and what we’re capable of accomplishing. Come see Puppy lift weights live on stage in this wildly hilarious, riotously honest, and uniquely feminist new play. This play also features the best workout playlist you’ve heard. And FYI: laughing burns calories. Watching this play will burn 40 calories and work your abs.

A Hundred Words for Snow Atlanta Multiband Studios


Theatrical Outfit

March 2021

Sound Designer:  Rashaad Pierre

Asst. Sound Designer:  C Lane

How do you plan for adventure? 15-year-old Rory’s father always wanted to be an Arctic explorer, but had to settle for being a geography teacher in suburban England. When he dies suddenly in an accident, Rory decides to honor her dad’s lifelong dream and to take his ashes on one last, great expedition to the North Pole. Direct from a sold-out run on London’s West End, Tatty Hennessy’s epic and hilarious A Hundred Words For Snow will take you on an unforgettable journey through love, loss, and endless snow.

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Theatre for the

Very Young (TVYA)

Alliance Theatre

2020-2021 Season

Sound Designers & Audio Editors:

C Lane, Rashaad Pierre & Johnathan Taylor

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In My Granny's Garden

September 15 - October 31


December 8 - January 31

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The Sounds of the West End

March 2 - April 30


The Curious Cardinal
October 12 - May 31



Alliance Theatre

Fall 2021

Co-Sound Designer:  Lorenzo Moore

Co-Sound Designer:  C Lane

"Originally commissioned by the New Black Fest in response to the 2015 events in Ferguson, MO, where a police officer fatally shot Michael Brown, an unarmed Black teenager, Hands Up is comprised of separate monologues written by seven Black playwrights. The play depicts the realities of Black America from the perspective of varying genders, sexual orientations, skin tones, and socioeconomic backgrounds.​"

A Very Terry Christmas Atlanta Multiband Studios

"From Broadway icon Terry Burrell (Ethel; Ever After; Angry, Raucous, and Shamelessly Gorgeous) comes a holiday celebration of all the things that give us joy – even in the most chaotic of times. Terry will take us on a tour of her favorite Atlanta destinations while sharing her personal holiday stories and songs in this pre-recorded streaming production. Give yourself the gift of laughter, light, and love by spending a very Terry evening with the Alliance Theatre.​"

Sound Designer & Mixer:  C Lane

Asst. Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Alliance Theatre

November 27 - December 31


Neat Atlanta Multiband Studios

Filmed & Edited By: Multiband Studios

Directors of Photography:

Divie Moss & Charles Robinson

Co-Sound Designers:

Jeremiah L. Davison & C Lane

Actor's Express

November 07- 22




University of West Georgia

September 2020

Sound Designer: Jeremiah L. Davison

Post-Production Audio: Multiband Studios



Kennesaw State University

November 2020

Co-Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Co-Sound Designer:  C Lane

"This Pulitzer prize-winning play charts multiple paths towards recovery for characters who are haunted by war, drug addiction, and broken families. As the play travels between online and real worlds, we are reminded that human connections and authentic relationships in both worlds rescue us from despair and make us whole."

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Theatrical Outfit

Autumn 2020

Sound Designers: 

C Lane, Jeremiah L. Davison,

Rashaad Pierre & Mikaela Fraser

"Downtown Dialogues is a four-part series of digital readings, each followed by a live video podcast in which a panel of experts and special guests dive deep into the play and its themes hosted by journalist and writer Gail O’Neill."

The Children directed by Susan Booth

Flex directed by Tinashe Kajese-Bolden

Eureeka Day directed by January LaVoy

Stew directed by Ibi Owolabi


Kennesaw State University

October 2020

Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

"A poetic and athletic play about rock-climbing.

Faced with a painful chapter in her life and fighting the inertia of depression, Emm decides to enter the world of competitive rock-climbing. Her quest through the rugged and humorous terrain of physical training and personal relationships charts the journey of a young woman suspended between love and loss, strength and fear, and the ardor and grace of being human."


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Synchronicity Theatre


Sound Designer:  Mikaela Fraser

Asst. Sound Designer:  Kate Hoang

"Adapted for the stage by Lydia R. Diamond, this is the powerful story of Pecola Breedlove, an African-American girl who believes that all the obstacles in her life could be overcome if she just had blue eyes. Gripping, thoughtful, and stunning, THE BLUEST EYE offers a poignant experience for audience members familiar and unfamiliar with this classic novel. "



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Je'Caryous Ent. National Tour

Oct. 2022 - until

Sound Designer: Chris Lane

Assistant Audio Engineer: Rashaad Pierre

"Transports audiences to metropolis Harlem, NY where they bear witness to the journey of the infamous Nino Brown, a drug lord who, when caught in the crossfires of the dangerous drug game, must decide whats most important: friendship, money, or total domination. Balancing betrayal between friends, lovers, and 
ultimately generational hardships, this riveting rendition of the time honored movie will have everyone leaving the theatre wondering Am I my brothers keeper?"

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Step Afrika! National Tour

Jan. 2020 - until

Sound Designer: Chris Lane

Audio Engineer: Jeremiah L. Davison

Monitoring Engineer: Mikaela Fraser

"Inspired by the Stono Rebellion of 1739, Drumfolk explores this little-known event in history that would forever transform African American life and culture. When Africans lost the right to use their drums, the beats found their way into the body of the people, the Drumfolk. Step Afrika! brings to this show across the country featuring distinct performance traditions like ring shout, tap, and step."

Audio Supervisor: Chris Lane

Audio Engineer: Rashaad Pierre

Audio Stagehand: Lorenzo Moore

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Je'Caryous Ent. National Tour

Feb. 2020 - until

"Je’Caryous Johnson presents Set It Off based on the hit iconic movie by the same name. This hit heist, cult classic stage play is coming to your city. The same iconic characters – Frankie, Tisean (T.T.), Stoney and Cleo are back bringing action packed, adrenaline filled robbery scenes and emotionally charged antics against an equally exciting music soundtrack that will have you on the edge of your seat."




Boom Operator: Johnathan Taylor

Music Composer: C Lane

Sound Designer: C Lane


Writer: C Lane

Director: Jeremiah L. Davison

Original Score: Johnaton Taylor

Director of Photography: Divie Moss

A Multiband Studios Original


Sound Mixer: C Lane

Foley: C Lane & Rashaad Pierre

Sound FX: Rashaad Pierre & Hakeem Fraiser

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