Jack Bueermann

Adjunct Professor
Theatre Arts

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Education

University of California, Irvine, MFA in Drama, 2020.

University of Redlands, BA in Theatre Arts, 2016.

Jack Bueermann is a Southern California-based sound designer. Originally from Redlands, California, he attended the University of Redlands where he earned a B.A. in Theatre. Jack worked professionally in San Diego, California as a Production Sound Engineer before attending the University of California, Irvine, where he earned a M.F.A. in Sound Design.

Jack is passionate about collaboration and crafting impactful and compelling story-telling experiences through sound. Some of his theatre credits include: Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, Hamlet, and As You Like It (New Swan Shakespeare Festival); The Penelopiad, Hoodoo Love, The Survival Project, Legally Blonde, American Idiot, A Bright Room Called Day, and Intimate Apparel (University of California, Irvine); Into the Beautiful North, Sex with Strangers, Our Great Tchaikovsky, and A Snow White Christmas (San Diego Repertory Theater); Damn Yankees (San Diego Musical Theater); Oliver! and Peter Pan (Puttin’ on Productions); Beauty and the Beast and Little Shop of Horrors (Saddleback College); The Lost Vegas Plays, Little Shop of Horrors, American Buffalo, ‘Dentity Crisis, For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls, and Spring Awakening (University of Redlands). Jack has also provided sound design for the Community Engagement program at The Old Globe in San Diego and served as an audio engineer on the commercial podcast, Searching for Salai.