Courtney Flores is a Costume Designer based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Recent works include: Life Is a Dream and Superheroes (Cutting Ball Theatre) By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Douglas Morrison Theatre), Nogales with Campo Santo (Magic Theatre) Spiritrials with Youth Speaks (Z Space), Chasing Mehserle with Youth Speaks and Campo Santo (Intersection for the Arts), Taming of the Shrew (San Francisco Shakespeare Festival), and Daylighting (Shotgun Players).
Courtney is a company member with Campo Santo and a Co-Founding member of Bay Area Latino Theatre Artists Network (BALTAN). She holds a BA in Technical Theatre from California State University Hayward and an MFA in Theatre Arts (Technical Design and Production) from San Francisco State University.
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In this installment, Lighting Designer Jesse Portillo discusses his background, design process, and work with a couple Utah theatre companies.
In this installment, Scenic Designer Tara Houston shares her journey to discovering her career and offers advice on lessons that she’s learned along the way.
In the second installment, Regina García profiles Costume Designer Courtney Flores, who discusses her working relationship with Campo Santo.
In this first installment, Courtney Flores profiles Lupe Valdez, Costume Designer and Founding Member of El Teatro Campesino.