|Cricket S. Myers:
Cricket has worked on over 200 productions in the past 10 years, in dozen of theaters across Los Angeles. Some of her more memorable designs include: Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Subject Was Roses, School of Night, and Nightingale at the Mark Taper Forum; Marvelous Wonderettes at the Westside Arts, NYC and The El Portal Forum Theater; The Wake, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Ovation Nomintion 2009),Two Unrelated Play, The Little Dog Laughed (Ovation Nomintion 2009), and Come Back Little Sheba at The Kirk Douglas Theater; Wrecks, Some Girl(s), and Emergency (Ovation Nomination, NAACP Nomination 2008) at the Geffen Playhouse; Life Could be A Dream at the Hudson Theater, Mainstage; Mary's Wedding (Ovation Nomintion 2009), Trying (Ovation Nomniation 2007), Stage Struck, Master Harold and the Boys (NAACP Nomination), I Have Before me a Remarkable Document Given to me by a Young Lady from Rwanda, and Clutter at the Colony Theater; Hunters Gatherers, Back of the Throat and Impending Rupture of the Belly with the Furious Theater Company; Battle Hymn (Ovation Nomination) with Circle X Theater; The Bacchae (Ovation Nomination 2007), Beautiful Thing, Four, and Judy at the Stonewall Inn at Celebration Theater; Big, Assassins, Floyd Collins (LA Drama Critics Award) and Zanna Don't at West Coast Ensemble.
Cricket won the 2003 USITT Clear Com Award for achievement in Sound Design, and was a finalist for the TCG/NEA Career Development Grant. Cricket was mentioned in Live Desgin Magazine as a "Young Designer to Watch" and was listed in LA Stage Magaizne as an "Arist to Watch." She is a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts MFA program, and is a member of USA Local 829.
Besides work, Cricket has many other interests. She is a member of the National Ski Patrol and used to patrol at June Mountain, CA, which is just north of (and owned by) Mammoth Mountain. She is also very active in animal rescue. She volunteers for Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue, as a foster home and their webmaster. Cricket is a world traveler, having seen 23 countries on 5 of the 7 continents.