Maurice Malde

Maurice Malde Maurice Malde’s involvement in technical theater began when he was drafted to help run sound for a production in high school. Camouflaged in a small compartment under the stairs of the play’s set, he could see exactly when to push physical buttons to ring the doorbell and the phone. It made sense at the time. Maurice later graduated to sound effects creation one summer stock where he availed himself of the university’s BBC sound effects library: complete on LP. He supplemented with gathering his own recordings in the field using a digital recorder. He’s since worked on dozens of theater and film productions, often gravitating to sound design, which he has been very happy to do with Jabberwocky Audio Theater. When not in the small compartments that are black box theaters or editing bays, he enjoys the outdoors.