SCOTT LEHRER / ALEX NEUMANN Sound Design
Scott Lehrer received the first Tony awarded to sound for the Lincoln Center Theater revival of South Pacific. Recent B’way work: The King and I,Living on Love, Honeymoon in Vegas, A Delicate Balance, Love Letters, A Raisin in the Sun, Betrayal, Lucky Guy, Chaplin (Drama Desk), Death of a Salesman (Tony nom), Women on the Verge, Finian’s Rainbow, A View From the Bridge (Tony nom), Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Tony nom), the long running revival of Chicago and 50 City Center Encores. Music engineer/producer projects include the B’way cast recording of An American in Paris, Loudon Wainwright III’s Grammy winning High Wide and Handsome, Bebe Neuwirth’s Porcelain, Judy Kuhn’s All This Happiness and Meredith Monk’s mercy.
Alex Neumann is a New York City-based sound designer, he has worked extensively on Broadway as an associate to several sound designers including Tony award winners Scott Lehrer (co-designer on this tour) and Leon Rothenberg, and Tony nominees John Gromada and Matt Tierney. Regionally Alex has designed at American Repertory Theatre, The Huntington Theatre Company, Hartford Stage, LaJolla Playhouse, The Alley Theatre, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. He is the sound designer of the Drama Desk Awards (Town Hall, NYC), and A Tribute to the Presidential Scholars (Kennedy Center). Alex recently spent two years lecturing on Sound Design technology at the Yale School of Drama.