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Neil McFadden

 
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Stage Credits

Productions

 
[Washington, DC (Regional), 2006]
Sound Designer

 

Stage

Productions

Sound Designer


Neil McFadden Awards and Nominations

 
Helen Hayes Awards - 2012 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenAn Almost Holy Picture
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 2007 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenA Midsummer Night's Dream
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 2004 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenThe Drawer Boy
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 2000 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenThe Dead Monkey
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1999 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenJack & Jill
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1995 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenThe Swan
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1992 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenThe Illusion
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1991 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production
Neil McFaddenZero Positive
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1990 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production Gold Star
Neil McFaddenHeathen Valley
 
Olivier Awards - 1990 - Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production Gold Star
Neil McFaddenHeathen Valley

Neil McFadden News

Washington Stage Guild to Present MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN MAN Photo Washington Stage Guild to Present MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN MAN
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 18, 2022

The Washington Stage Guild will conclude its 2021-2022 season with Memoirs of a Forgotten Man by D.W. Gregory. The play, which had its world premiere at The Contemporary American Theatre Festival in 2018, takes place in the Stalinist Soviet Union, where a man’s inability to forget those whom the government has “erased” becomes increasingly problematic for him and his family.

BWW Review: An Act of God at NextStop Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: An Act of God at NextStop Theatre Company
by Timothy Treanor - Aug 23, 2021

Is it time to hold God (inhabiting the body of Jacob Yeh) to account?  God knows – forgive the reference – we have occasion to do so.  Even as we hunker, masked, vaccinated and socially distant, within the confines of NextStop Theatre Company, we add more counts to our indictment – a terrible disease, economic disruption, social unrest. And that’s just for us, the richest country in human history! At least we don’t have to worry about religious maniacs entering our homes and shooting us. Yet.

BWW Review: CRYSTAL CREEK MOTEL at Flying V Theatre Photo BWW Review: CRYSTAL CREEK MOTEL at Flying V Theatre
by Russell Smouse - Oct 18, 2019

Follow the doings of individuals who come in and out of a motel where the room itself and those who clean it are the only constants.

Prologue Theatre's Inaugural Season Continues with
Nell Benjamin's THE EXPLORERS CLU Photo Prologue Theatre's Inaugural Season Continues with Nell Benjamin's THE EXPLORERS CLUB
by Stephi Wild - Jun 13, 2019

One of the newest professional theatre companies in the DC region, Prologue Theatre, is continuing its inaugural season with Nell Benjamin's The Explorers Club. This hilarious satire explores societal, workplace, gender, economic, and racial inequalities.

1st Stage Extends THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING Until June 16 Photo 1st Stage Extends THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING Until June 16
by A.A. Cristi - May 21, 2019

1st Stage, Tysons Corner's award-winning professional theatre, announces the extension of their critically acclaimed production of The Member of the Wedding until June 16.

BWW Review: THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING at 1st Stage Photo BWW Review: THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING at 1st Stage
by Sarah Murphy - May 17, 2019

Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding centers around several steamy post-World War II Southern days as seen through the eyes of twelve-year-old Frankie Addams. Frankie, or F. Jasmine as she requests we call her, is on the cusp...of what she does not know.

1st Stage Presents THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING Based On The Beloved Novel Photo 1st Stage Presents THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING Based On The Beloved Novel
by A.A. Cristi - May 2, 2019

In 1945 rural Georgia, the long, hot days of summer bring struggle, longing, and opportunity for 12-year-old Frankie Addams and her family's housekeeper Bernice Sadie Brown. Frankie longs to escape with her newlywed brother on adventures in the Alaskan wilderness. Bernice struggles to balance enduring the deeply entrenched racism of the rural South with her role as surrogate mother to Frankie and her 6-year-old cousin. Adapted from the beloved novel of the same name, this evocative, poetic coming of age drama explores the pains of youth and the meaning of family.

BWW Review: Longacre Lea's THE INTERSTELLAR GHOST HOUR at The Callan Theatre Photo BWW Review: Longacre Lea's THE INTERSTELLAR GHOST HOUR at The Callan Theatre
by Roger Catlin - Aug 20, 2018

In Kathleen Akerley's 'Interstellar Ghost Hour,' the latest fanciful play from Longacre Lea, an astronaut travels back through time and space to arrive in her deceased parents home to get some answers.

BWW Review: TINKER BELL Joyfully Flies to Adventure Theatre MTC Photo BWW Review: TINKER BELL Joyfully Flies to Adventure Theatre MTC
by Sam Abney - Jun 27, 2018

Peter Pan is possibly one of the most commonly adapted and re-adapted works for the stage. From Peter and the Starcatcher to Finding Neverland and everything in between, there are constant tweaks and updates to this classic that make it resonate with new generations. Adventure Theatre's newest adaption, Tinker Bell, is a good family-friendly adaptation and is worth visiting just for the sheer fun. Patrick Flynn's script, however, runs out of pixie dust before the work can reveal anything about the story that hasn't already been heard.

BWW Review: JUDY MOODY & STINK: THE MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD TREASURE HUNT at Adventure The Photo BWW Review: JUDY MOODY & STINK: THE MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD TREASURE HUNT at Adventure Theatre
by Elliot Lanes - Apr 30, 2018

Adventure Theatre's visionary Artistic Director Michael J. Bobbitt has, for many years, pushed the boundaries of Theater for Young Audiences (TYA).  For example, out of its location at Glen Echo Park, Adventure Theatre has created original productions of the popular comic strip Garfield, Big the Musical and a two character The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Those are only a few examples of the company's vast repertoire.


Neil McFadden Frequently Asked Questions

What awards has Neil McFadden been nominated for?
Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for An Almost Holy Picture , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for A Midsummer Night's Dream , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for The Drawer Boy , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for The Dead Monkey , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for Jack & Jill , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for The Swan , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for The Illusion , Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for Zero Positive Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for Heathen Valley and Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Olivier Awards) for Heathen Valley .

What awards has Neil McFadden won?
Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Helen Hayes Awards) for Heathen Valleyand Outstanding Sound Design, Resident Production (Olivier Awards) for Heathen Valley.