Efren Delgadillo Jr.

A scenographer from East LA that has been recognized across the United States and Europe. Has designed with notable companies such as Denver Center for the Performing Arts, The Acting Company, BAM Harvey, The Getty Villa, CalArts’ Center for New Performance, Mixed Blood and Hartford Stage. He also collaborated with many directors including Karin Coonrod, Melanie Joseph, Casey Biggs, Mark Valdez, Nataki Garrett, Larry Biederman, Jonathan Walters, Jesse Bonnell, Travis Preston, and Carl Hancock Rux. His international work includes Laude in Urbis in Italy, Moonshine & Peepshow at the Edinburgh Festival and Flamingo/Winnebago in Novi Sad, Serbia. Efren is a graduate of the University of California Irvine and holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts. In June 2010, Efren joined Poor Dog Group as Resident Designer. His designs with Poor Dog Group include Brewsie and Willie, Satyr Atlas, Dionysia, The Internationalist, Murder Ballad and Five Small Fires. Efren received a LA Weekly Award for Best Lighting Design with co-designer Adam Haas Hunter For CNP’s Brewsie And Willie, Best Production Design for PDG’s Brewsie and Willie and Best Production Design for Wirehead with Echo Theatre Company.