Tom Horan is a Writer, Sound Designer and co-founder of The Duplicates. With The Duplicates he collaboratively created five pieces, serving at the Script Designer and Sound Designer for each piece; including a site-specific spectacle about the Dionne quintuplets entitled The Fictional Life of Historical Oddities, a love story told with objects entitled The Man With the Dancing Eyes, a playful memorial entitled september play, and a drive-in puppet theater about Elvis' car entitled Elvis Machine. Their next show, The Poison Squad, focuses on a turn-of-the-century experiment that had healthy men subjected to food injected with borax, sulfide and formaldehyde. His solo toy theater play, the King & the Clockmaker received Best of Week and Best of Fest honors at FronteraFest in Austin. He developed his play Static at the Kennedy Center, which went on to workshop production at the University of Texas at Austin, where Tom received his MFA.