Born and raised in Mexico City, Carolina Ortiz Herrera is a NY based Lighting Designer whose passion for theatre, opera, music, and dance enhances the collectiveness and immediacy of the theatrical experience.

She strives for Lighting Design to be a vehicle that reveals and sculpts places, moments, emotions that guide the audience to a new, complex understanding of the human experience.


EDUCATION
MFA in Design 
Yale School of Drama

B.A in Theatre 
University of California

RECENT WORK:

Florencia en el Amazonas (Shubert Theater), American Mariachi (Arizona Theater Company), Navidad-A Mexican American Christmas (Apollo & Queens Theater) and All’s Well That Ends Well (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)




At the Santa Fe Opera, Carolina worked as a Lighting Supervisor for its 5 Show Rep, assisting designers Duane Schuller, Rick Fisher, Anshuman Bathia and Thomas Hase.


Her work at Yale School of Drama includes: Seven Guitars (Yale Repertory Theater), Titus Andronicus, Some Bodies Travel, Women Beware Women, The Skin of our Teeth, and The Troublesome Reign of King John.





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