Sinan Refik Zafar
A.R.T.: What to Send Up When It Goes Down. Sinan Refik Zafar is a New York-based sound designer and composer. Broadway: What the Constitution Means to Me. Off-Broadway: What the Constitution Means to Me, NYTW, Clubbed Thumb; Novenas for a Lost Hospital, Rattlestick; What to Send Up When It Goes Down, And She Would Stand Like This, The Movement Theatre Co; Hamlet, Waterwell; Intelligence, Next Door @ NYTW; Richard in 9 Poses, Clubbed Thumb. Regional: A Human Being of a Sort, Williamstown Theatre Festival; What the Constitution Means to Me, Kennedy Center, Berkeley Rep; The Language Archive, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley; Jump, Playmakers Rep; peerless, Yale Rep; Slow Food, Cry It Out, Dorset Theatre Festival; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Two Trains Running, Weston Playhouse; The Legend of Georgia McBride, The Wolves, Detroit, Intimate Apparel, TheatreSquared; We are Proud to Present, Yale Dramat; Midsummer, Tiltyard; Macbeth(directed by Will Frears), Wingspace. Education/Training: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BA, UC Irvine.