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Meet Aaron Harris Woodstein

Aaron Harris Woodstein (They / Them) is a multidisciplinary, non-binary theatre artist from Chicago, IL. Aaron works full-time at Northlight Theatre as their AV Supervisor (Sound and Projections). Aaron's play "Turn That Thing Around" and musical "The Fires of Nero: Rise of a Dictator" have been seen in Chicago, IL and their Sound Designs have played in Chicagoland, NYC, Upstate NY, Cincinnati, and Bloomington, IL. Aaron loves to create seamless soundscapes or ambiance in their designs and often composes original music for productions. Aaron is a total QLab nerd and even worked as a Drafter for a short stint. Aaron is so thankful to have a supportive husband Aiden, and a vast friend / chosen family network across the United States. Aaron is a member of the Acacia Fraternity and volunteers their time as the Pride Alumni Community Chair on the Alumni Board at Illinois Wesleyan University. 



University of Cincinnati's

College-Conservatory of Music

MFA in Sound Design (Terminal Degree). GPA: 3.5

Elective Coursework in Electroacoustic Composition, Timbre Studies, Live Electronic Music, and two independent studies learning Logic Pro X and Pro Tools.


Illinois Wesleyan University's

School of Theatre Arts

BFA in Theatre Design and Technology with Concentrations in Sound Design and Scenic Art.

Designed, Successfully Kickstarted, and Produced a Production of Turn That Thing Around as their Senior Capstone Project.


Adlai E. Stevenson High School

High School Diploma

Special Recognition as a member of the "300 Club" for logging and exceeding 300 hours of community service hours over their High School career.

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