Joseph S. Blaha

Joseph S. Blaha, NYU/Tisch

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, migrated to New York City in 2010. Past design credits include SONS+DAUGHTERS (NYU Tisch 2nd Ave Dance Compnay), Blood on the Tracks (Bailout Theatre), A Free Man of Color, Girl on Girl (NYU Tisch), Cloven Tongues (The Wild Project) Swing State and A Letter To Harvey Milk (New York Musical Theatre Festival),¬†Un Plugged In (Theatre Row), Heathens (Theatre for a New City), Platonov, The Hothouse (Columbia University). Regional credits include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Altar Boyz, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Papermill Theatre), The Cradle Will Rock, I Love You Because, and The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Heroines (Missouri Stare University). B.F.A. Missouri State University, M.F.A. NYU-Tisch School of the Arts.

A Free Man of Color | Costume by Joseph Blaha

A Free Man of Color by John Guare, directed by Evan Cabnet, scenery by Michael Leon, lighting by Brian Fortin, photo by Ella Bromblin.

 

The men of New Orleans, A Free Man of Color | Costume by Joseph Blaha

The men of New Orleans. A Free Man of Color by John Guare, directed by Evan Cabnet, scenery by Michael Leon, lighting by Brian Fortin, photo by Ella Bromblin.

 

Girl On Girl | Costume by Joseph Blaha

Girl On Girl by Lucas Hnath, directed by Scott Illingworth, scenery by Feli Lamenca, lighting by Vadim Ledvin.

 

SONS+DAUGHTERS | Costume by Joseph Blaha

SONS+DAUGHTERS choreographed by Shannon Gillen, lighting by William E. Cotton