Kevin Dunayer is an associate professor of Theater & Event Production at George Mason University in Virginia. He has designed sound for more than 300 productions. His past sound design credits include: Alley Theatre (Houston); Colony Theater (Burbank, California); Dallas Theatre Center; Alabama, Colorado, Kentucky, and North Carolina Shakespeare Festivals; English Theatre of Frankfurt (Germany); GeVa Theatre (Rochester, New York); Studio Arena Theatre (Buffalo, New York); LA Theatre Works; Meadow Brook Theatre Company (Rochester, Minnesota); Merrimack Repertory Theater (Lowell, Massachusetts); Syracuse Stage; Theatreworks (Colorado); Two River Theater (Red Bank, New Jersey); Virginia Stage Company; and Theater of the First Amendment. Kevin was the resident sound designer at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival for 24 years. At Colorado, he designed sound for more than 75 productions. Sound engineer credits include: The American Image Awards, Director’s Guild Awards, President Clinton’s 50th birthday celebration with Whoopi Goldberg; and the 1997 Grammy & Rhythm and Blues Awards. Kevin has been nominated and won several awards for his work, including the 2009 Denver Post Ovation Award and the 2010 Daily Camera Award. In 2016 Kevin was honored to be recognized as a Teacher of Distinction by the Center for Teaching & Faculty Excellence.