The Tragedy of Carmen

Director: Brendan Hartnett

Scenic Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

Opera  2016

Adapted from Bizet’s opera by Marius Constant, Jean‐Claude Carrière and Peter Brook.  

A Gypsy, a soldier and a toreador form a fiery love triangle in this adaptation of the classic opera.

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Light House; Half Scale Design & Build

Advisor: Deborah Landis

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Build: 2014 

By: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn 

Exhibit at Timken Museum of art, San Diego CA, 2014

Exhibit at Design Show Case West 2017 Los Angeles CA, 2017

Exhibit at Russia/Moscow : 

INNOVATIVE COSTUME of the 21st CENTURY: THE NEXT GENERATION

State Historical Museum at, The Red Square, Moscow 2019

First Place Winner : THE 6th NATIONAL BIENNIAL OF DESIGN MEXICO

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The Tragical History of the

Life and Death of Doctor Faustus

Director: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn 

Advisor: Raul Zermeño

Live Production Design Proposal 

The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus

First Place Winner : THE 6th NATIONAL BIENNIAL OF DESIGN 

The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People is a play 

by: Oscar Wilde

Director: Jesus Diaz 2013 MX

Scenic Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Professional Exam Thesis 2014

Its graduates are professionals capable of creatively designing the plastic universes of any scenic project.They integrate artistic, technical and technological solutions generated from their own reading and contemporary conceptual vision, according to their professional orientation. For their training, they have a multidisciplinary perspective that allows them to actively, proactively and efficiently participate in theatrical, dance, opera and other performing arts projects; as well as film, television and special events, held in both conventional and alternative spaces. 

Sonnets for an old Century

Director: Angela Lopez

Scenic & Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Theater  2017

Sonnets for an Old Century by Jose Rivera. Directed by Angela Lopez.

Between life and afterlife, individuals tell their tales of sunsets, love-making, and hallucinatory visions. Funny, lyrical and poignant, Jose Rivera’s monologues create a meditative dreamscape of existence. Interactively and experientially presented in a non-traditional performance space.

Life on the Plaza Roosevelt

Director: Marike Splint

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Theater  2016

Though life is lonely for the secretaries, bingo callers and gun makers in the busy square of the Praça Roosevelt, there is never room for sadness. A captivating and intriguing drama from one of Germany’s leading contemporary playwrights.

Festival Aviv 2005 - 2014 

Dance Competition Mexico City: Largest Jewish Dance Festival in Latin America

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

Pentesilea

Dirección Escénica: Martin Acosta

Production Design & Lighting Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Multiple Dance Companies,  Choreographers, Productions, Festivals  contacted me to produce, design and collaborate on thematic dance performance.

** SELECTED WROK

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Theater 2012

El Matrimonio Palavrakis

Direccion Escénica: Laura Uribe

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Teatro  2014

De:  Angélica Liddell 

Elsa y Mateo Palavrakis; unidos por la oscura infancia que padecieron, llevan una vida monótona e insustancial, en un lugar donde la única diversión es participar en concursos de baile, los cuales pierden sistemáticamente

Murder On The Orient Express

MFA Thesis UCLA

Thesis Panel: Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko, Paul Girard, Marike Splint

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Live Performance Adaptation  2017

Orient Express as a period stylized piece for theatre. A mystery piece that involves twelve suspects, one detective, and of course, one murder, adapting the piece for theatre necessitates locating it in an enclosed space. This is to mirror the actual circumstances of the train compartment – it’s shut down, and isolated.. No one inside can go out, and no one can come in from the outside. With this intention in mind, I’d like to set the play in an abandoned train station, or if I have to look closer to LA, in the Santa Monica airport’s airplane hangar.

Gamers

By Scott Barnhardt, Directed by Jeff Maynard

Costume Design

Theater 2016

Violence. Cynicism. Sex. Lithuanian Pastry. The dog-eat-dog world of competitive eSports is not known for its sweetness. But when Paul Elliot Anderson, the world’s most optimistic orphan, is hired…Game Over.

I hope this play doesn’t suck.”— Scott Barnhardt

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As You Like It

By William Shakespeare

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Theater 2017. The Southland Company presents: 

Founded by UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television graduates. We are a new ensemble of actors, writers, directors, and producers based in Los Angeles with one mission - to create work based in stage, film, and digital media that brings to life narratives commonly ignored in mainstream entertainment.

As You Like It follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees persecution in her uncle's court, accompanied by her cousin Celia to find safety and, eventually, love, in the Forest of Arden.

Queen of Califas

By  Israel López Reyes

Costume Design: Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

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Queen of Califas

November 2017 - Encuentro at LATC