Fitz Patton (Sound Designer)

Fitz Patton has credits that include the Fifth TAC Season: Turn of the Screw, Macbeth, Jane Eyre, and Moby Dick Rehearsed; Broadway: Charles Busch and Julie Halston and As Long As We Both Shall Laugh; Off Broadway: Boy’s Life (dir. M. Greif); Soldiers Play (Second Stage, dir. Jo Bonney); This Is How It Goes, Dirty Tricks (Public Theater); Fran’s Bed, Fighting Words (Playwrights Horizons); Modern Orthodox (Dodger Stages, dir. by James Lapine); The Voysey Inheritance, Hobson’s Choice (Atlantic Theater Co.); Barbra’s Wedding (Dodger Stage Holding/MTC); Some Men (Philadelphia Theatre Co); Manic Flight Reaction (Playwrights Horizons); The Wooden Breeks (Lucille Lortel Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (ACT, Dallas Theater Center); Safe Harbor (Primary Stages, New York Stage and Film); James and Annie (Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati); Anna in the Tropics (Pasadena Playhouse); Things of Dry Hours (Pittsburgh Public Theater); Candida, Julius Caesar, and Merchant of Venice (American Players Theater); and Matt & Ben and I Am My Own Wife. His musical, Cinderella, is published by Theatrical Rights Worldwide.