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Rodrigo Muñoz

Rodrigo Munoz is a New York-based costume designer originally from Mexico City.  Rodrigo graduated from The National School of Theatre and Arts (Mexico) with a BA degree in Theatre Set Design.  He has an M.F.A. in Costume Design from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Design for Stage and Film: Recent credits include: The Fall of the House of Usher (Boston Lyric Opera; directed by James Darrah); Water by the Spoonful (Directed by Mary Hodges); Impulso 1MOVE: DES19NED BY (The Movement Theatre); Revenger's Tragedy (Redbull Theatre; directed by Jesse Berger); Almanac (Playwrights Horizon Magazine); American Arcana (Astoria Performing Arts Center; directed by Jeff Griffin; Jazz Singer (Abrons Arts Center; directed by Joshua William Gelb); Jump (Astoria Performing Arts; directed by Arpita Mukherjee); Harlem 100 ft. Mwenso & the Shakes (IMG Artists & JMG Live); Tobias (Directed by Arpita Mukherjee as part of the 2020 WP Pipeline Festival); Hamlet (Directed by Mark Wing Davey; NYU Grad Acting); and Animal Farm (Directed by Scott Illingworth; NYU Grad Acting).

Film Credits: Cracked (Directed by Lin Que Ayoung); Lucia (Directed by Victoria Rivera); A Mutual Understanding (Directed by Abigail Prade); La Tercera Llamada (Directed by Laila Nuñez).

Along with Cha See and Kimie Nishikawa, Rodrigo is one of the co-founders of “See Lighting Foundation”, a grassroots organization committed to supporting immigrant theatre artists during the global pandemic. 
www.seelightingfoundation.com