Max Pappenheim

Sound Designs include The Night of the Iguana (Noël Coward Theatre), Dear Uncle, Creditors (Theatre by the Lake), Little Light (Orange Tree), Crooked Dances (RSC), One Night in Miami (Nottingham Playhouse), The Ridiculous Darkness (Gate Theatre), Cuzco, Wink (Theatre503), Treasure Island (Leicester Haymarket), Hogarth's Progress (Rose Theatre Kingston), A Kettle of Fish (Yard Theatre), One for Sorrow (Royal Court), Blue/Heart (Tobacco Factory/Orange Tree), The Children (Manhattan Theatre Club NYC and Royal Court), Miranda (Opéra Comique), Sex with Strangers (Hampstead Theatre Downstairs), Loot (Park Theatre/Watermill Theatre), A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur (Print Room at The Coronet), Waiting for Godot (Sheffield Crucible), My Eyes Went Dark (59E59 New York/Traverse/Finborough), Toast (national tour/59E59 New York), CommonWealth (Almeida).

As Composer/Sound Designer, work includes Amsterdam, Keep On Walking Federico (ATC), Napoli Brooklyn, Caroline’s Kitchen (OTC), The Funeral Director (ETT), The Way of the World (Donmar), A View from the Bridge, Macbeth (Tobacco Factory), Humble Boy, The Lottery of Love,Sheppey (Orange Tree), Dry Powder, Labyrinth (Hampstead), Cookies (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Miss Julie (Jermyn Street/Theatre by the Lake), Two for the Seesaw (Trafalgar Studios 2), The Cardinal, Roundelay, Three Sisters (Southwark Playhouse), Ophelias Zimmer (Schaubühne Berlin/Royal Court), Jane Wenham: Witch of Walkern (Out of Joint), The Distance (Orange Tree/Sheffield Crucible Studio), Martine (Finborough).

Max trained in Radio Drama with the BBC. He is a Visiting Lecturer at RCSSD.