Ana Kuzmanic earned her bachelor's degree in costume and fashion design from the Academy of Applied Arts and Design in Belgrade, Serbia and
her MFA degree in stage design from Northwestern University. Her theatrical work has been seen on Broadway (original production of Tony Award winning August: Osage County, Desire Under the Elms, Superior Donuts), off-Broadway and internationally. Based in Evanston, she is closely associated with numerous Chicago companies, including the Goodman Theatre where she most recently designed costumes for Tennessee Williams' Camino Real directed by Calixto Bieito and Shakespeare's Measure for Measure directed by Robert Falls. Among regional companies with whom she has worked are the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre Center, Washington Shakespeare Theatre Company, Trinity Repertory Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Rep and the Geffen Playhouse. Internationally her work has been seen at the National Theatre of London and Sydney Theatre. Kuzmanic is an associate professor of costume design at Northwestern University, USA.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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