Sound design has been a part of stagecraft since theatre started, but it has traditionally been relegated to a supporting role - providing transitions between scenes in nonmusical plays or whiz-bang, hiss-whirr, crash-screech special effects. (Think thunderclaps or the clip-clop of unseen horses' hooves.) But a new University of California, San Diego program takes as its founding principle that sound can be an integral part of any production.
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