Janice Benning Lacek
JANICE BENNING LACEK marks her fourth production with CSF with "Coriolanus." Previous credits include "Twelfth Night" (2012), "As You Like It" (2006) and "Richard II" (1999, designs invited to represent CSF and the U.S. at the Prague Quadrennial that year). Her other national credits include "Marisol," "The Swan," and "What the Butler Saw" (La Jolla Playhouse); "Scapin" (ACT); "Goodnight, Desdemona..." (San Diego Rep); "Revenger’s Tragedy" (Sledgehammer Theatre); "Pair of Threes" (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); "Cymbeline" (Utah Shakespearean Festival); "All’s Well That Ends Well" (Great River Shakespeare Festival); and "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," "Henry V," "The Tempest," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and "Twelfth Night" (Tennessee Shakespeare Company). Colorado audiences have seen her work at the Arvada Center, Lone Tree Arts, and in over 20 productions with Curious Theatre Company. She is an associate professor of costume design and technology at the University of Denver, and has taught theatre costume at Kenyon College, the University of Colorado Boulder, and the University of Memphis. She holds an MFA from the University of California San Diego.