Ken Mooney is a freelance set and costume designer living in New York City. His diverse training includes a background in Fashion & Costume Design, Stage Construction and Lighting. He holds a BFA in general theatre and an MFA in Theatrical Design (set,
costume & lighting) from the University of Texas-Austin. As a freelance theatrical designer, he has worked at many of the nations leading regional repertory theatres including: Long Wharf, Goodman Theatre-Chicago, Seattle Repertory, La Jolla Playhouse, The American Repertory Theatre, Theaterworks-Hartford, CT. His NYC credits include work on five Broadway productions including; The Red Shoes, How to Succeed in Business...w/ Matthew Broderick, Night of the Iguana w/ Cherry Jones and the tony-award winning musical Wicked as Associate Costume Designer which won the 2004 Tony for best costume design. In addition, as Director of Production, he designed over 100 productions at Oldcastle Theatre Company over the last twenty- one seasons. His work was represented nationally in 1988 and 1989 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. for the American College Theatre Festival National Design competition. He taught technical theater and design at Central Connecticut State University & Massachusettes College of Liberal Arts from 2000-2010.