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Artist's Statement:

As a costume designer and illustrator/artist, I am passionate about telling stories with color, line and texture.  When creating a two-dimensional rendering of a design, I delight in implementing qualities of textiles as they relate to the human body in the form of movement, drape and silhouette.  I love discovering characters and building worlds through the garments they wear and the cycle of collaboration, research, creation and presentation that a costume designer gets to enjoy.  Effective communication and presenting a clear and complete costume design to my director are paramount to me when taking on a project.  I constantly strive to employ creative problem solving and to foster a positive, guiding and supportive relationship with my creative and technical team. 


Aaron Kubacak holds a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Costume Design from The University of Texas at Austin.  He is particularly interested in costume and spectacle.  His credits include Dance Repertory Theater’s Momentum (2017) and Transcendence (2018); original dance pieces Crone (2017) choreographed by Dorothy O’Shea Overbey, 39 Inside (Cohen New Works Festival, 2018), Charles O. Anderson’s (Re)current Unrest (Fusebox Festival, 2019); The Crucible (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017); Performance as Public Practice Graduate Student Alliance’s Telephone (2017) and Mr. Burns, a post-electric play (2018); Flora Circular by Thom May (UT New Works Festival, 2019); the world premiere ballet of Henry VIII (Texas Ballet Theater, 2018) and Long Beach Ballet’s extravagant production of Cinderella (2019); musicals The Marvelous WonderettesSeven Brides for Seven Brothers (Bigfork Playhouse, 2017), Into the Woods  (Bigfork Playhouse, 2018) Something Rotten! (Bigfork Summer Playhouse, 2020); The Merchant of Venice and As You Like It (Austin Shakespeare, 2019), Hedda Gabler (Austin Shakespeare, 2020);  Pinkalicious the Musical and Othello (Festival 56, 2019); the critically acclaimed new work Mas Cara by Krysta Gonzales (the VORTEX, 2019) and most recently he has designed costumes for Butler Opera Center Turn of the Screw (2020).  


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