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Lydia Pearce



Lydia graduated from Weber State University with a BA in Theatre Arts. Her emphasis is Sound Design, with proficiency in Stage Management, Lighting Design, and Projection Design. 


Working at the Val A. Browning Center as a road-house technician, Lydia filled such roles as Stage Manager, Sound Designer, Lighting Designer, and AV Technician. She has worked with Ballet West, LA Theater Works, the Utah Symphony, Shen Yun, and BYU Vocal Point. She has also worked for the Department of Performing Arts at Weber State University as a Sound Designer, Audio One, Master Electrician, and Stage Manager in both their black box and proscenium theatres.


She interned at the Pacific Conservatory Theater in California where she worked as an Assistant Sound Designer until May of 2018. There she worked with designers to create paperwork, assisted with orchestral recordings, set up sound systems, and learned music transcription.


Lydia has also worked at other venues such as Good Company Theatre, Lagoon Amusement Park, the Salt Lake Acting Company, Perry's Egyptian Theater and Lagoon Amusement Park.


Lydia was accepted to the USITT Diversity Initiative in 2015 and is currently a member of USITT. She has also participated in the USITT Elite Training (2015) where she studied the Dmitri System and attended workshops with Cirque du Soleil.  She is also Dante Level 2 Certified.




  • National KCACTF Award for Sound Design for "Almost Maine" (Region VIII, 2016)​

  • Honorable Mention for Sound Design and Composition for "Almost Maine" (National KCACTF Festival, 2016)

  • Meritorious Achievement Award for Musical Director and Sound Designer for "The Tempest" (Reigion VIII, 2016)

2010 - present

2010 - present

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