Lindsay Jones is a Tony-nominated composer and sound designer for theatre and film. He is also one of the founding members of No More 10 Out of 12s, a movement to reevaluate the challenging labor practices in the tech process of theater.
He’s worked extensively on Broadway, off-Broadway, internationally, and over 500 productions in regional theaters across America. In addition to his 2 Tony nominations for his score and sound design for Slave Play, he has received 7 Joseph Jefferson Awards and 24 nominations, 2 Ovation Awards, 3 nominations for Drama Desk and Helen Hayes Awards, as well as many others. He’s also scored over 40 films, including A Note Of Triumph for HBO Films, which received the 2006 Academy Award for Best Documentary. Lindsay is the co-founder of The Collaborator Party, and in 2018, he and John Gromada received a special citation from USITT for their advocacy on behalf of theatre workers. He is also a founding member of Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association (TSDCA) and has been the co-chair of its Executive Board since its inception in 2015.
Lindsay is currently on the faculty of his alma mater University of North Carolina School Of The Arts, where he teaches Composition For Theatre and Music History.
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