Sound design has been a part of stagecraft since theatre started, but it has traditionally been relegated to a supporting role - providing transitions between scenes in nonmusical plays or whiz-bang, hiss-whirr, crash-screech special effects. (Think thunderclaps or the clip-clop of unseen horses' hooves.) But a new University of California, San Diego program takes as its founding principle that sound can be an integral part of any production. Launching in fall of 2006, the MFA in sound ...
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