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Arnulfo Maldonado

Arnulfo Maldonado is a New York City based set and costume designer. He is a recent Tony Award® Nominee for Best Scenic Design of a Musical for the Broadway production of A Strange Loop by Michael R. Jackson (Lyceum Theatre, dir: Stephen Brackett). In addition, Arnulfo received the 2020 Obie for Sustained Excellence in Set Design, as well as a Special Citation Obie as part of the Creative Team of the Pulitzer Prize winning A Strange Loop by Michael R. Jackson. Arnulfo is a recipient of a Princess Grace Fabergé Theater Award and a multiple Henry Hewes Design nominee
Notable design credits include the aforementioned world premiere of Michael R. Jackson's A Strange Loop (Playwrights Horizons), as well as: Clare Barron's Dance Nation (Playwrights Horizons), Jocelyn Bioh's School Girls, Or; The African Mean Girls Play (MCC Theater), Jaclyn Backhaus' Men On Boats (Clubbed Thumb/Playwrights Horizons), and Donja R. Love’s Sugar In Our Wounds (Manhattan Theater Club, Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Scenic Design recipient) . In addition he has also designed the New York premieres of Christopher Chen's Caught (The Play Company)/Passage (Soho Rep) and George Brant's Grounded (Page 73). U.S. premieres include Anne Washburn’s Shipwreck (Woolly Mammoth/Public Theater) and debbie tucker green's generations (Soho Rep). Arnulfo designed the regional premieres of Paula Vogel's Indecent (Guthrie Theater), Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' An Octoroon (Berkeley Rep), and Lucas Hnath's Hillary and Clinton (Philadelphia Theatre Company). In 2017 he designed the international world tour for The Magnetic Fields in support of their album 50 Song Memoir.New York credits include:  Brooklyn Academy of Music, Classic Stage Company, Ensemble Studio Theater, HERE Arts Center, Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, The Flea Theater, Foundry Theater, 59East59, Guggenheim Museum, The Juilliard School, MCC Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, Public Theater, Soho Rep.

Regional credits include: Baltimore Center Stage, Barrington Stage Company, Berkeley Rep, Central City Opera, Cleveland Play House, Opera Theatre of St Louis, Peak Performances, Perseverance Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, Studio Arena, Two River Theater, Westport Country Playhouse, Williamstown Theater Festival.
Collaborators have included: Saheem Ali, Rachel Chavkin, Lee Sunday Evans, Will Davis, Kip Fagan, Daniel Fish, Leah Gardiner, Daniel Alexander Jones, Isaac Mizrahi, Tyne Rafaeli, Ken Rus Schmoll, Niegel Smith, Rebecca Taichman, Tazewell Thompson, Eric Ting, among others.

Arnulfo is a Clubbed Thumb Affiliated Artist. Credits include Ethan Lipton's Luther, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll, Jenny Schwartz's 41-derful, directed by Schwartz, Men on Boats, written by Jaclyn Backhaus, directed by Will Davis and Ari Stess' The World My Mama Raised, directed by Kip Fagan.

In addition, Arnulfo served as a Resident Scenic Designer of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.

He has exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial, the international exhibition of scenography and theatre architecture.
Arnulfo is a graduate of NYU Tisch’s Department of Design for Stage and Film.
Member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, November 19
 

3:30pm PST