Ana Kuzmanic previously designed costumes for Lookingglass productions of Treasure Island, North China Lover, Big Lake Big City, Argonautika, and Manuscript Found in Saragossa. Recent work: Camelot (Shakespeare Theatre Company; Washington, D.C.), An Enemy of the People (Goodman Theatre), The Minutes (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Beauty and the Beast (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), and Disgraced (Guthrie Theater). Upcoming projects: The Winter’s Tale and The Music Man (Goodman Theatre). Regionally, Ana designed costumes for Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Court Theatre, The House Theatre of Chicago, Guthrie Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Trinity Rep, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Opera costume designs: Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Dallas Opera. Broadway: Desire Under the Elms, Superior Donuts, and August: Osage County. Ana’s costume design work for the Goodman Theatre production of 2666 will represent the US at the 2019 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, the world’s largest event in the field of scenography. Ana is an associate professor of costume design at Northwestern University’s MFA program in stage design. She lives in Evanston with her husband Mladen and daughters Dunya and Vanya.

Bio as of 2018