Initial PGF Award: Costume Design Fellowship, 2008, Faberge Theater Award
Arnulfo Maldonado is a New York City based set and costume designer. His design credits include: The Kitchen (Teatro Britanico, Lima, Peru, directed by Gisela Cardenas), Stage Blood (Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, directed by Michael Barakiva), the world premiere of Madeleine George's Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England (Two River Theater, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll), Furee in Pins & Needles (Foundry Theatre, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll), La Boheme (Anchorage Opera, directed by Marc Astafan), The Colonel Bird (UR International Theater Program), Jomama Jones: Radiate (Soho Rep), Medea (Centro Cultural PUCP, Lima, Peru), Orpheus in the Underworld (Central City Opera), The Pearl Project (Diverse City Theater), EST Marathon Play Series (EST), The Usher's Ball (CAP 21), The Illusion (Geva Theatre/UR International Theatre Program), La Finta Giardiniera (Peak Performances, Kasser Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Classic Stage Company, directed by Tony Speciale) and the world premiere of Andy Bragen's The Hairy Dutchman (UR).
Upcoming: Ethan Lipton's Luther (Clubbed Thumb's Summerworks 2012), Jomama Jones: Radiate (Pillsbury House Theatre), Electra (Universidad del Pacifico, Lima, Peru), and Tosca (Anchorage Opera).
Additional work includes engagements with San Francisco Ballet, Westport Country Playhouse, Studio Arena, Santa Fe Opera, and L.A. Opera. He has exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial, the international exhibition of scenography and theatre architecture. Arnulfo is the recipient of the 2008 Princess Grace Theater Fellowship (Faberge Theater Award) and a graduate of NYU Tisch’s Department of Design for Stage and Film.