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Vittoria Orlando is a lighting and media designer based in New York and New Jersey. At Fordham, she studied Theatre Design and Production with a concentration in lighting design, as well as a second major in Visual Art. Her work currently includes lighting for theatre and dance, as well as some video and set design, and a variety of digital theatre projects. She is interested in designing for all kinds of live performance, as well as installation and architecturally based work. She loves art that explores the real, the fantastical, and a conversation between the two. Work that speaks to her most puts a hyperbole on life, and also work that escapes from it. Vittoria’s work has been shown at Fordham University, the Ailey CitiGroup Theater, Dixon Place, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in the UK. When she’s not working, Vittoria is likely spending time with family and friends, or snoozing her alarm on TikTok. She misses people a ton and can’t wait until everyone is together making art again!

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The Most Massive Woman Wins 

by Madeline George

directed by Finley McArdle


set design by Lillian Rider

costume design by Al Rosenberg

lighting design by Vittoria Orlando

sound design by Amelia Way


Written by Jennifer Ogasian
Directed by Parade Stone


Set by Andrew Connelly
Lighting by Vittoria Orlando

Costumes by Emma Creekmore
Photos by Phoebe Ellman

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 Dark Plays or Stories for Boys 

Directed by Marc David Wright
Set by Maria Shinas
Costumes by Ellie Ryan
Sound by Amelia Way
Photos by Kyra Conroy