Keri KlickSound Design
Keri is a sound [designer] [artist] [creator] [engineer] [person] from Queens, NY. She is a 2013 MFA candidate in Sound Design at the Yale School of Drama. Recent shows include Sunday in the Park With George (Yale School of Drama) and Hamlet (Yale Repertory Theatre). Other credits include Three Sisters (Yale Repertory Theatre), Uncle Vanya, Jib, Twelfth Night, The Seagull, and Petty Harbour (Yale School of Drama), Trannequin! A New Musical and Rey Planta (Yale Cabaret). She composed music for the Iranian short film Vertigo: Zahhak. Keri received a B.Mus. in Studio Production and a B.A. in Performing Arts Management, both from SUNY Purchase. She is the founder and artistic director of a non-profit organization called The Global Sound Project, which seeks to promote international awareness and to bridge cultural gaps through the sharing of everyday sounds. In addition to her work in sound design, Keri is passionate about linguistics and second language acquisition; she is an ESL teacher in New York City. Her primary interests in the world of sound include acoustics, the physics of sound, sound design for opera, and sound reinforcement for musicals.