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Santo Loquasto

SANTO LOQUASTO (Production Designer) –
Has designed widely for theatre, film and dance. His work in New York theatre won him both Tony and Drama Desk Awards for his set design of "Café Crown" and costume design for "The Cherry Orchard" and "Grand Hotel." He received Tony nominations for set designs for "That Championship Season," "What The Wine-Sellers Buy," "The Cherry Orchard," "American Buffalo," "The Suicide," and costume designs for "Ragtime," and "Fosse."

He has worked with Woody Allen on 20 films. His costume designs for Allen’s "Zelig" and production designs for "Radio Days" and "Bullets Over Broadway" received Academy Award nominations.

Mr. Loquasto has worked with most major international dance companies and has collaborated with Mark Morris, Jerome Robbins, Glen Tetley, Helgi Tomasson,

Agnes de Mille, James Kudelka, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Dana Reitz, Paul Taylor and Twyla Tharp.

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