I'm 
Tingying Dong,
a Sound Designer,

Composer, Technician, 

and Theatre Maker.

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This is me

\  Sound designer and composer for theatre and more.

\  Co-founder of Out of the Blue Theatre Company.

\  Two-time Off West End Theatre Awards nominee for Best Sound Design.

\  Hold a strong passion for devising.

\  Love depping as a mic tech.

\  Facilitate theatre sound workshops for young people.
\  Trained at the Production and Technical Arts course at LAMDA.

\  From Beijing, China. Based in London, UK.

\  A traveller, sometimes-poet, ballet-lover, handcraft-enthusiast.

What's On

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Composition: A Christmas Carol (A Ghost Story) (theatre play)

By Charles Dickens, Adapted by Mark Gatiss, directed by Adam Penford

It’s Christmas Eve. As the cold, bleak night draws in, the avaricious Ebenezer Scrooge is confronted by the spirit of his former business partner Jacob Marley. Bound in chains as punishment for a lifetime of greed, the unearthly figure explains it isn’t too late for Scrooge to change his miserly ways in order to escape the same fate, but first he’ll have to face three more eerie encounters…

At Nottingham Playhouse: 29 Oct – 20 Nov, 2021

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At Alexandra Palace Theatre: 26 Nov 2021 -- 9 Jan 2022

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Sound Design: Peggy For You (theatre play)

By Alan Plater, directed by Richard Wilson, at Hampstead Theatre (Main Stage)

Agents are not supposed to be more famous than their clients – unless, of course, you are the formidable, outrageous and hilarious Peggy Ramsay…

Tamsin Greig stars as the legend that held complete sway over the theatre world in a career that spanned thirty years. Alan Plater’s very funny play is peopled with characters who fall under the spell of this unlikely heroine, who believed infinitely more in art than she did in money – or in good manners.

 

10 Dec 2021 - 29 Jan 2022

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Sound Design: Folk (theatre play)

By Nell Leyshon, directed by Roxana Silbert, at Hampstead Theatre (Downstairs)

1903, Somerset. Rooted in the land where she has lived her entire life, Louie Hooper’s mind overflows with its songs – more than 300 of them passed down from her mother. Cecil Sharp, a composer visiting from London, fears England’s folk songs will be lost forever and sets out on a mission to transcribe each and every one. He believes Louie’s music should speak not just for this place but for the whole of England. But whose England?

18 Dec 2021 - 5 Feb 2022

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Sound Design: After The End (theatre play)

By Dennis Kelly, directed by Lyndsey Turner, at Theatre Royal Stratford East

A city under attack from a nuclear blast. As the dust settles, Louise wakes to find herself in a fallout shelter with Mark, the colleague who has saved her life. They have enough water and food to last two weeks. Now they just need to find a way of surviving each other.

25 Feb - 26 Mar 2022

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Sound Design: Tsunagu/Connect Live (immersive performance)

By Kumiko Mendl and Kazuko Hohki, at Shoreditch Town Hall

Four Japanese women will serve as your tour guides on a kaleidoscopic journey across continents and decades, from Shōwa era Japan to the bedsits of 80’s London, via the Empire Windrush’s final voyage and present-day immigration nightmares.

Part exhibition and part performace, Tsunagu/Connect Live will give audiences an exhilarating and unpredictable series of live scenes that pop up in and amongst the exhibits, which feature objects related to and charged with the interviewees memories, fears and aspirations.

In their attempts to bridge Britain and Japan, the women reveal the complex, multi-layered reality of migrants reconciling with rootlessness.

April 2022

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