Regina García has been designing scenery for drama and ensemble-based theatre for 15 years. She has designed for directors Giovanna Sardelli, Daniella Topol, Thomas Kail, Victor Maog, Ron Himes, Michael J. Garcés, Bonnie Metzgar, Megan Carney, and Bartlett Sher, among others, and for renowned Latino theatres including Repertorio Español, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, INTAR, and Pregones Theater. García was a finalist in the 2013 World Stage Design Exhibit in Cardiff, Wales, and was invited to exhibit her designs for The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, directed by Lisa Gaye Dixon for Illinois Theatre. A graduate of NYU’s Department of Design for Stage and Film, García is a company member with Chicago’s Teatro Vista and Rivendell Theatre Ensemble and a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829. She is a fellow of the NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Designers, an awardee of the Princess Grace Foundation-USA, and a regional associate member of the League of Professional Theatre Women.
Her recently completed projects include Seven Guitars by August Wilson, directed by Ron OJ Parson for the Court Theatre, and American Wee Pie by Lisa Dillman, directed by Megan Carney for Rivendell Theatre Ensemble.