Composers // Steven Cahill
Steven Cahill’s career spans the worlds of Theatre, Film, Television and concert as a Composer, Sound Designer, Music arranger and Musical Director.
In theatre, his credits include numerous World Premieres and West Coast Premieres by playwrights including Donald Margulies, Richard Greenberg, Douglas Carter Beane, John Patrick Shanley, Julia Cho, David Rambo and Roberto Aguirre-Sacassa, among others.
Regional theatre designs and scores have been performed at THE GOODMAN THEATRE, THE OLD GLOBE, THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE, SOUTH COAST REPERTORY, DALLAS THEATRE CENTER, GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE, PASADENA PLAYHOUSE, DENVER CENTER THEATRE, CHAUTAUQUA THEATRE COMPANY, LAGUNA PLAYHOUSE, MAGIC THEATRE, ENSEMBLE THEATRE and RUBICON THEATRE COMPANY.
He has collaborated with numerous theatre directors including Mark Brokaw, Ethan McSweeny, Mark Rucker, Art Manke, Sheldon Epps and Bart DeLorenzo, among others.
Television and film credits, as composer, arranger or sound designer include “A Little Help”, “Til Death,” “Party of Five,” “Six Feet Under,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Guiding Light,” “Touched by an Angel,” East Side Story”, “Situation Comedy,” “The Five Mrs. Buchanans” and numerous national commercials for everything from cat food to video games. He is also in his 8th season as Music Producer for SMUCKERS’ STARS ON ICE arena tour featuring the luminaries of the figure skating world.
Recent plays include the GOODMAN THEATRE / DALLAS THEATRE CENTER Co-World Premieres of Regina Taylor’s TRINITY RIVER PLAYS, a dramatic trilogy, THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE by Julia Cho and DOCTOR CERBERUS, both at SOUTH COAST REPERTORY.
Upcoming plays include: MERCHANT OF VENICE at The Shakespeare Theatre and LOVES LABOUR’S LOST at CHAUTAUQUA THEATRE COMPANY, both under the direction of Ethan McSweeny.
Steven is also the co-owner of JET STREAM SOUND in Los Angeles, which designs and produces scores and soundscapes for Film, Television, Video Games and Multimedia.
Cahill is the recipient of three Los Angeles Ovation Award nominations for DRIVING MISS DAISY, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and DEFYING GRAVITY, at Rubicon Theatre Company.