Lux Haac

Lux Haac is a New York based costume designer working in theatre, film, opera, and dance.  Recent credits include: Syncopation, directed by Thomas Caruso (Penguin Rep Theatre); Trayf, directed by Ben Kamine (Penguin Rep Theatre);  ¡Figaro! 90210, directed by Melissa Crespo (The Duke at 42nd Street); Nibbler, directed by Ben Kamine (Rattlestick Playwright’s Theater); #TEXIT, directed by Kevin Morales (Short Film); Destiny of Desire, directed by Melissa Crespo (Garden Theatre); and A Lesson From Aloes, directed by Saheem Ali (Juilliard School of Drama).  Additionally Lux has worked as a costume designer with The Amoralists, Amphibian Stage Productions, NYU, The New School, Trinity School, Royal Family Productions, The Director’s Company, The Anthropologists, No-Win Productions, Rhymes with Opera, Next Stop Broadway, and Amerinda, among others.  Lux holds an MFA from New York University and is a member of USA 829.