Anya’s most recent work involved designing the set and projections for ROSE, a one-woman show with Kathleen Chalfant.
Anya Klepikov is a New York based set and costume designer.
Her work in opera includes costumes for AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY (Glimmerglass), set for MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (Florida Grand Opera), set and costumes for Shostakovich’s MOSCOW, CHERYOMUSHKI! (Chicago Opera theater), set and costumes for Philip Glass’s HYDROGEN JUKEBOX (Fort Worth Opera Festival), and the set for Stravinsky’s RAKE’S PROGRESS (Princeton Festival).
In theater, Anya recently designed the set and costumes for Amanda Palmer’s new devised THE BED SHOW at Bard College and costumes for UNCLE VANYA with Campbell Scott and Jeanine Serralles at the Weston Playhouse directed by Mike Donahue.
A lecturer and frequent guest artist at Princeton University, Anya recently designed at Princeton the sets and costumes for THE MAGIC RAINFORST and for DER BOURGEOIS BIGWIG, a new adaptation of Moliere’s Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, written to complement Richard Strauss’s orchestral suite and incidental music.
Her costumes for A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (Yale Rep) won the Connecticut Critics’ Circle Award for Outstanding Costume Design, and her work has been featured in American Theatre Magazine and Live Design Magazine.
Upcoming projects include AESOPS TALES for TheaterworksUSA directed by Mike Donahue and WORLD GAME: THE BUCKMINSTER FULLER PROJECT with Hook & Eye Theater Company.
Work for the camera: Adam Goldman’s recent web series “Whatever This Is”.
BA, University of Chicago; MFA, Yale School of Drama.