k. April SOROKO
K. April Soroko
MFA Theatrical Design, Yale University
Assistant Professor, Scenic Design
Areas of Expertise:
Office Phone: 305.458.4812
Office: AL 176, Boca Campus
Ms. Soroko is Associate Chair of Theatre and Dance, Associate Professor of Scenic Design and a professional scenic and costume designer. She has designed many shows in Florida and in the Eastern US. Her off-Broadway credits include scenery for Napoleon at NYMF and costumes for Marriage Blanc at Playwrights Horizons. Her regional designs include scenery for Collected Stories, A Long Day’s Journey into Night and My Old Lady for Palm Beach Dramaworks; and scenery for The Tempest, King Lear and Much ado About Nothing and costumes for The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for NC Shakes. She has designed costumes for Manifest at Portland Stage and The Cure at Troy at Yale Rep. She has designed for over 10 seasons at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota and some credits there include scenery for Pump Boys and Dinettes, scenery and costumes for Androcles and the Lion, Race, and The Savannah Disputation. At FST she has also designed costumes for Native Gardens, The Fabulous Lipitones, and Beehive: The 60s Musical. Ms. Soroko is a member of USA Local 829 in both Scenery and Costumes, and holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama.