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Aubrey Dube

Sound Designer for The Moors

Aubrey Dube’s previous design credits include Bluest Eye, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Clydes, Fat Ham (Huntington), Paradise Blue, The Thin Place, Stew (Gloucester Stage Company), Trayf, Good (New Rep), Clydes (Berkeley Rep), Queens, Torch Song, House of Ramon Iglesia (Moonbox Productions), POTUS (SpeakEasy), Vinegar Tom, Monster, Serious Money, Pentecost (PTP/NYC); Cymbeline, Pilgrims of the Night (Suffolk University), Orlando (Brandeis University), Everybody, Antipodes, Love and Information, As You Like It, Sensitive Guys (Northeastern University), We Are Pussy Riot (Colgate University), Big Love, The Imaginary Invalid, In the Next Room, and Man of La Mancha (Middlebury College), A Taste of Honey (Boston Center for American Performance); Delirium, Daddy Issues, and The Hothouse (Boston University); Winter People (Boston Playwrights Theatre); Fences (The Umbrella Theatre) and Downtown Crossing, Vietgone (Company One). Aubrey holds an MFA in Sound Design from Boston University. Originally from Botswana, he now lives in Boston and hosts a soccer talkshow on youtube called @footballpowerhour.