Lux Haac is a New York based costume designer working in theatre, film, opera, and dance.
Recent credits include: Ajijaack on Turtle Island, directed by Ty Defoe and Heather Henson (LaMama Theatre Club); The Lover and The Collection, directed by Nigel Maister (Rochester University); ¡Figaro! 90210, directed by Melissa Crespo (The Duke at 42nd Street); Nibbler, directed by Ben Kamine (Rattlestick Playwright’s Theater); #TEXIT, directed by Kevin Morales (Short Film). Additionally Lux has worked as a costume designer with The Amoralists, The Women’s Project, Amphibian Stage Productions, Juilliard School of Drama, New York University, Hofstra University, The New School, Penguin Rep Theatre, Trinity School, Royal Family Productions, The Director’s Company, The Anthropologists, No-Win Productions, Rhymes with Opera, and Amerinda, among others.
Upcoming projects include: Well-Intentioned White People (Barrington Stage), and Native Gardens (Syracuse Stage/Geva Theatre/Portland Center Stage).
Lux holds an MFA from New York University and is a member of USA 829.