Josafath Reynoso is a Mexican scenographer currently working as an Assistant Professor and resident designer at the University of Richmond. He holds an MFA in Scenic Design from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and a Licenciatura en Escenografía from the Escuela Nacional de Arte Teatral in Mexico City. In the US, he has designed for Triad Stage, Alice Jepson Theatre, Clarence Brown Theatre, Lexington Children’s Theatre, Donald Bedell Performance Hall, among others, and internationally for Teatro del Borde (Argentina), Escena 8 (Venezuela), KCDC (Israel), Teatro Salvador Novo, and Teatro Doblado (Mexico), to name a few. Some awards include: the 2015 USITT National Scene Design Award, 2014 SETC Scenic Design Award for his design of "The Hairy Ape", 2013 BroadwayWorld Award for "Our Country’s Good", and the SETC Ready-for-Work Award for "The Threepenny Opera". He was a keynote speaker at Stage|Set|Scenery in Berlin, presented at the International Biennale of Architecture in Buenos Aires with his design of "Noche Arabe", and was one of fifteen designers selected to present at USITT Young Designer’s Forum and the National Design Portfolio Review in NYC. He has represented the US in Germany (Stage|Set|Scenery) and Mexico in the Czech Republic (PQ07 Scenofest) and Venezuela (Festival Baruta 2006).
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