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Dan Moses Schreier

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Genres  theatrical avant-garde
Ex-spouse  Natasha Katz
Name  Dan Schreier
Years active  1980 – present

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Occupation(s)  sound designer composer
Role  Composer ·
Awards  Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Sound Design, Obie Award for Sustained Excellence of Sound Design
Nominations  Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical
Plays  The Merchant of Venice, Radio Golf, The Snow Geese, The Ride Down Mt Morgan
Similar People  Natasha Katz, Jane Greenwood, Beowulf Boritt, Linda Cho, John Doyle

Dan Moses Schreier is an American composer and sound designer. He is best known for his theatrical music work, on Broadway and elsewhere.

Schreier is from Detroit, and lives in New York City. He studied music at the University of Michigan and at Columbia University.


Dan Moses Schreier won Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Sound Design for Floyd Collins (1996), Into the Woods (2002), Assassins (2004), and American Psycho (2016). He received Drama Desk Award nominations for Outstanding Sound Design for Spic-O-Rama (1993), God's Heart (1997), Sweeney Todd (2006), Passion (2013), A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (2014), and Act One (also 2014), and a nomination for Outstanding Music in a Play for The Merchant of Venice (2011).

Schreier was nominated for Tony Awards for Best Sound Design of a Musical for Gypsy (2008), A Little Night Music (2010), and Sondheim on Sondheim (also 2010), and for Best Sound Design of a Play for Act One (2014). (The sound design categories were dropped from the Tony Awards after the 2013-14 theater season.)

In 1990 Schreier won an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence of Sound Design. In 2003 he won an L.A. Ovation Award for Sound Design in a Larger Theater for Gem of the Ocean.


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