Hunter Kaczorowski

Hunter Kaczorowski, Yale School of Drama

Hunter Kaczorowski is a Brooklyn-based costume and puppet designer who lives with a passion for detail, baked goods, and sarcasm.

Yale costume design credits include A Streetcar Named Desire (directed by Mark Rucker; Yale Repertory Theater), Sunday in the Park with George, Measure for Measure, and costume/puppet design for the world premiere of Sagittarius Ponderosa (Yale Drama).New York design credits include: Astoria Performing Arts Center, The Joyce Soho, Dixon Place, Gallery Players, Lee Strasberg Institute, Vital Children’s Theater, New York NeoFuturists and Harlem School of the Arts. Regional: Barrington Stage, Luna Stage and The Millbrook Playhouse.

As a puppet designer and puppeteer, his work has been seen at the HERE Arts Center, St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Yale Cabaret. Upcoming: Ermyntrude and Esmeralda (adaptation, costume design and puppet design; Ars Nova Ant Fest) and Design for Living (costume design; Berkshire Theater Festival). He has five words left.

A Streetcar Named Desire
A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Mark Rucker. Yale Repertory Theater. Set design by Reid Thompson. Costume design by Hunter Kaczorowski. Lighting design by Stephen Strawbridge.

 

designs for Death in Venice, an opera by Benjamin Britten and Myfawnwy Piper
Designs for Death in Venice, an opera by Benjamin Britten and Myfawnwy Piper.

 

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Sunday in the Park with George, directed by Ethan Heard. Yale School of Drama. Set design by Reid Thompson. Costume design by Hunter Kaczorowski. Lighting design by Oliver Wason.

 

Ermyntrude & Esmeralda
Ermyntrude & Esmeralda, adapted from the novella by Lytton Strachey. Written, directed and puppet design by Hunter Kaczorowski. Yale Cabaret. Set design by Kate Noll. Costume design by Seth Bodie. Lighting design by Solomon Weisbard.