Elisheba Ittoop has every five year old’s dream job… she makes noises for money.
Recent sound designs include Beneatha’s Place, Clybourne Park (Centerstage); The Mountaintop (Central Square Theater); Apples from the Desert (Theatre J); The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg (The Kennedy Center); You for Me for You (Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company); Framed! (The National Gallery of Art); The Conference of the Birds (Folger Theatre). Her designs and original music have also been heard at Roundhouse Theatre, Studio Theatre, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Olney Theatre Center, Virginia Stage Company, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, and the Center for Puppetry Arts.
Elisheba was a resident sound designer at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center for the 2010 and 2011 National Playwrights Conference, recipient of the Kenan Fellowship at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and winner of the 2008 USITT Rising Star Award. She received her BFA in Theatre from New York University, and MFA in Sound Design at North Carolina School of the Arts.