Olga Maslova designed costumes and sets for many prominent directors and choreographers in USA and abroad. Among them are Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane Company, Daniel Sullivan, Christopher Bayes, Ron Daniels, Pedro Salazar, Daniel Helfgott. Her work was praised in The New York Times, New Yorker, Village Voice, Boston Globe, Boston Intelligencer, and Art Fuse. Recent highlights include costumes for Boris Godunov and Iolanta for New Opera NYC's San Francisco tour; costumes for Habrá que cantar en los tiempos difíciles? at Teatro Colón, Bogota, Colombia; and Verdi’s Macbeth for Panama Opera’s on-site performance at the 16th century fortress ruins Panama La Viejo, Panama City. Future productions include costumes for New Opera NYC's production of Golden Cockerel, and opening of a new opera Black Square which Olga co-wrote in a collaboration with European Oscar and Golden Mask winning composer Ilya Demutsky.
Olga received BFA with honors in directing from the State Academy of Culture, Kharkov, Ukraine. She holds two terminal degrees: MFA in Dramaturgy from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and an MFA in costume and set design from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.