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Victoria (toy) Deiorio

VictoriaSound Design
Chicago, Illinois
Combining her previous careers in acting and songwriting, Victoria DeIorio is a critically acclaimed sound designer and composer for theatre, based in Chicago. With a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University, and studying classical acting in London at RADA and LAMDA, she transitioned from the performance artistry to the technical. She has also written a couple plays and musicals, directed a few along the way, production managed, and produced theatre. She is the head of Sound Design for The Theatre School at DePaul University.

Her compositions and sound design have been heard in many theaters over the past 18 years.

Off-Broadway sound design: A Christmas Carol (St. Clement's); Two Point Oh (Primary Stages); Arnie the Doughnut at NYMTF (The Pearl); Cassie’s Chimera at Joe’s Pub (The Public); The Bluest Eye with Steppenwolf at The Duke Theatre; Ophelia at the NYC Fringe Fest; The God of Hell at the Actor’s Studio (Associate); Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams at Primary Stages (Associate); Live Girls at Urban Stages (Associate); Luminescence Dating at Ensemble Studio Theatre (Associate); and Boy at Primary Stages (Associate).

Regionally she has worked with Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Victory Gardens, Northlight Theatre, LA Theatre Works, Centerstage Baltimore, Indiana Repertory, Syracuse Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Delaware Theatre Center, Chautauqua Theatre Company, American Players Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Florida Stage, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, First Stage Milwaukee, Milwaukee Shakespeare, Renaissance TheatreWorks, Peninsula Players, Milwaukee Rep, Birmingham Childrens’ Theatre, People’s Light and Theatre, and Geva Theatre.

She is a founding member of Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, an artistic associate with The Next Theatre, and a member of Lifeline Theatre all in Chicago.

She directed Skin Tight and Mami, Where’d My O Go with COR theatre; Stigmata (which she also wrote) for RTE's Fresh Produce; a staged reading of Night Light by Robert Smith; Sunday on the Rocks with Second Sex at Bailiwick Theatre; and 365 Days, 365 Plays - Week 19 and The True Story of the Three Little Pigs! at Lifeline Theatre.

She composed Dirty Cowboy and Flight of the Dodo – 2 children’s musicals for Lifeline Theatre.

She is the first woman to have been nominated for 11 Joseph Jefferson Awards - winning 6 - and she has received two After Dark Awards.

Victoria is the head of Sound Design at DePaul University.

And she's produced 2 CD's of original music with her band ToyBand.