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“Miles Polaski’s truly haunting sound design ramps up the proceedings.” — Zach Freeman in New City Stage

“Mikhail Fiskel’s musical scoring, and his sound design collaboration with Miles Polaski, could not be more inspired.” — Hedy Weiss in the Chicago Sun-Times

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Theatrical Design

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“Mikhail Fiksel and Miles Polaski’s sound design is a sensual feast.” — Chris Jones in the Chicago Tribune

“The noises emanating from the apartment above Michael’s [are] painfully real and unbearably annoying. It’s a cacophony that paves the way to this marvelous play’s tragic end.” — Andy Propst in American Theatre Web

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Projection Design

“Projections by Miles Polaski add an impactful, chaotic visual element.” — Leah Stacey in City Newspaper | OTHER THAN HONORABLE

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About Miles

Miles Polaski is a freelance sound and projection designer based in NYC. Miles’s designs and original compositions are set apart by his artistic specificity and ability to manipulate sonic atmospheres and sound effects as storytelling devices

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Hedy Weiss in the Chicago Sun-Times

Hedy Weiss in the Chicago Sun-Times

“Mikhail Fiskel’s musical scoring, and his sound design collaboration with Miles Polaski, could not be more inspired.” [FULFILLMENT at ATC Chicago]

Gary Aday in SWVA Today

Gary Aday in SWVA Today

“Sound by Miles Polaski… [is] perfectly supportive of the action—simultaneously prairie and battlefield, barnyard and trench… suffused with sunshine and shadow, thunder and cannon fire.” [MARY’S WEDDING at Barter Theatre]

Zachary Stewart in Theatre Mania

Zachary Stewart in Theatre Mania

“This is especially true with Mikhail Fiskel and Miles Polaski’s manic sound design, which interpolates the clamor of a sleepless city (a taxi horn, a cash register, a coffee maker) into a jazz improvisation; it is the ambient noise of us cogs grinding in the machine, making it up as we go along.” [FULFILLMENT at The Flea Theatre]