Maya Ciarrochi

Maya Ciarrochi did lighting design for All My Sons (2010) and A Long and Winding Road (2009) at the Huntington. She is a New York City-based projection designer and installation artist. Her theatre and dance credits include Elvis People (Henry Wishcamper, New World Stages); Relativity (Talvin Wilks, Ensemble Studio Theatre); Fire Throws (Rachel Dickstein, 3LD Art & Technoloogy Center); The Diary of Anne Frank (Timothy Bond, Syracuse Stage); Tales from the Salt City (dir. Ping Chong, Syracuse Stage); Morph: Live Remix (Wally Cardona, Danspace Project); Event (Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Joyce Theater); Necessary Beauty and Landing/Place, for which she won a 2006 Bessie Award, (Bebe Miller Company, Wexner Center); and Approaching Green (Donna Uchizono, Danspace Project). Her video installations have been exhibited nationally and abroad. Other projects include Ping Chong’s The Devil & Daniel Webster (La Mama) and Throne of Blood (Oregon Shakespeare Festival and BAM Next Wave Festival). Ms. Ciarrocchi has B.F.A. in dance from SUNY Purchase and an M.F.A. in computer art from the School of Visual Arts.

(As of October 2018)

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