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San Diego Critics Circle

Craig Noel Award Recipient 

Outstanding Projection Design

The Oldest Boy

San Diego Repertory Theater

Joe Huppert’s projections help the audience enjoy "Eisenhower." Bill Canacci,

...subtle projections provide specific images of the memories and people mentioned, grounding the piece in deeper truth. Manhattan Digest

San Diego Critics Circle 

Craig Noel Award Nominee

Outstanding Sound Design

Extraordinary Chambers

Mo'Olelo Performing Arts Company

The Oldest Boy

...a visual and aural feast. San Diego Repertory Theatre's moving and magical production incorporates puppetry, song, dance, swirling video projections and gorgeous costumes... San Diego Tribune

Joe Huppert's visual and sound design harmonize perfectly with whatever Ike recalls at each moment. Charles E. Gerber, SplashMag


This Piece of Ground

Extraordinary Chambers

One of the production’s best features is Joseph Huppert’s eerie cello-filled sound design, which is often as unsettling as the morally ambiguous actions of the characters onstage. Pam Kragen, San Diego Union Tribune

This Wonderful Life

: ...enormously enhanced by the superlative video design of Joe Huppert, which manages to cinematically pan and zoom in on the various locales. Quite convincingly, the snow falls gently, then whips up into a blizzard; the river rages, the cobwebbed old house haunts. Magical. Pat Launer TImes of San Diego

Milvotchkee, Visconsin 

Joe Huppert’s original music adds to the emotional impact with his exquisite recorded piano playing. The melancholy theme he composed is simple, yet deep and beautiful.... David Dixon, San Diego Story

Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association Interview, March 2017

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