Vittoria Orlando is designer and collaborator based in NYC.
She gravitates toward creating work thatexplores the real, the fantastical, and a conversation between the two. Art that speaks to her most puts a hyperbole on life and escapes from it, while inciting meaningul conversation in its audience. Vittoria is interested in creating art that challenges conventional methods of storytelling, as well as using imaginative solutions to achieve a design.
Her work has been shown at Fordham University, the Ailey CitiGroup Theater, Dixon Place, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in the UK.
Vittoria holds a BA in Theatre Design and Production, and a BA in Visual Art, from Fordham University. She also has experience as an Electrics Apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera.
Fame (Broadway Theatre Workshop), Mean Girls Jr. Pilot Production (Pixie Dust Players). Fordham University: Water by the Spoonful (Virtual), Valor Agravio y Mujer (Virtual), Enterprise (Virtual), The Most Massive Woman Wins, Electricity, Where Does The Light Go, Dark Play or Stories for Boys (Fordham & Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Eurydice.