Christopher Plummer

Michigan Technological University

Professor Plummer developed the sound degrees at Michigan Technological University and has experience in theatre & film sound design, recording, live sound reinforcement, theatre directing & devising, and sound system consulting. His professional activity includes adapting, directing, and composing music for Shakespeare’s Henry V, designing sound for the New York City premier of Cherylene Lee’s The Legacy Codes, recording The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, one off live sound mixing for Ravi Shankar, producing an Ani DiFranco concert, Sound Design for the PBS special Yoopera!, and the National Endowment for the Arts funded project Listening to Parks which features soundscapes and images from the 5 National Parks surrounding Lake Superior in an immersive multimedia installation.

Christopher is the past Commissioner of Sound for The United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) and is currently co-chair of Design, Technology and Management for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) region 3 as well as the Editor for the USITT Teaching Archive.