Denise Blasor

Costume Designer

Denise is a Puerto Rican actor, stage and film director, designer and podcast writer/director/actor and producer. Favorites include directing and performing in the political musical film Calle De La Resistencia (best film finalist, Puerto Rican Critics Association), directing and designing stage revival at Odyssey Theatre of Fefu and Her Friends (KCRW/LA Times Best Play world premiere of Stephanie Walker’s The Abuelas at the Antaeus Theatre, and The Madres at Skylight Theatre/Chicago’s Victory Theatre, directing, designing and performing in Wild in Wichita at LATC/BFA and directing and designing Cristo Vive at the Orpheum Theatre. At the Odyssey Theatre, Denise has designed costumes for plays including Yacobi & Leidental, The Greeks, The Tempest, Lysistrata Unbound and The Unseen Hand. She won Best Latino podcast for her bilingual productions of Tonantzin Guadalupe, Twelve Children Stories, written by Juliette Blasor, as well as new bilingual adaptations of The Nutcracker and Christmas Carol, executive produced by Rene Heredia.a.