photo by Joe Mazza at Brave Lux, Inc.

photo by Joe Mazza at Brave Lux, Inc.

An Illinois-based scenic designer, Regina has had long standing relationships with the St. Louis Black Rep, The Cherry Lane Theatre and renowned Latino theaters including Repertorio Español, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, INTAR, and Pregones Theater. Regina is a Fellow of the NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Designers and the Princess Grace Awards, USA. She is a company member with Rivendell Theatre Company and Teatro Vista, in Chicago, and a Regional Associate Member of the League of Professional Theatre Women.

Recent completed projects: TimeLine Theatre, GALA Hispanic Theatre (Helen Hayes Nomination), Arizona Theatre Company; with upcoming projects next season at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Victory Gardens Theatre, Milwaukee Rep and Steppenwolf Theatre.

As an Advisory Board member of the Latinx Theatre Commons, Regina is co-champion of Café Onda’s La Esquinita; the production notebook for Latinx designers and artisans working on stages across the nation. http://howlround.com/la-esquinita-arnulfo-maldonado

Awards, Noms & Exhibitions

Association of Latin American Entertainment Critics of New York Awards (ACE) 

Kevin Kline Awards, St. Louis, Missouri

Joseph Jefferson Awards, Chicago, Illinois

Helen Hayes Award, Washington, DC

2013 World Stage Design Exhibit. Cardiff, Wales. Finalist invited to display designs for The Last days of Judas Iscariot, produced by Theatre @ Illinois, UIUC. WSD is an international performance design exhibit and conference, and includes the world congress for OISTAT.                                                                                                                                                                    

Recent Articles:

https://www.osfashland.org/en/prologue/prologue-spring-2016/prologue-sp16-designers.aspx

http://stage-directions.com/illuminations/8995-designing-and-community-engagement.html

http://stage-directions.com/current-issue/28-feature/8741-70-extras-wanted-no-experience-necessary.html