2010 DC Theater Scene, Washington's Liveliest Theater, "Puss'n Boots" by Tim Treanor...Perhaps they were looking at Evengia Salazar’s excellent costumes;or Jan Forbes’ simple,...
2008 Washington Post, "In the Animal Kingdom, Classika Rules for Kids" by MIchael Toscano“Each projects substantial personality, aided by the nicely detailed and whimsical costumes from Evgenia Salazar…”
2003 Washington Post, ‘Karamazov’: Brothers on the Move” by Cella Wren“…Elegance distinguishes Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar’s costumes, which make effective use of a stark color scheme in white, black and stoplight red. When the chorus members glide onstage in Act 2 wearing floral shawls marked with blue, the sudden pattern is starling and lovely…”
2003 Russian Magazine, “Potomac”. “Private Exhibition”
2002 Washington Post, ‘Dead Souls’ Giggling with Gogol by Terri Corcoran“…Costumes by Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar are elaborate and also humorous, with a common color scheme of green and purple: the serfs wear flowing garments of coral accented with purple…”
2002 Washington Post, Stylish Turns Save ‘Dead Souls’ by Nelson Pressley“…The dirty white costumes (some with shawls that vaguely resemble angel’s wings) by Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar…”
2002 Washington Post, ‘Don Quixote’ Touched by Stanislavsky by Terri Corcoran“…All the costumes by Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar are black and white and are of many varied designs, with the ensemble of actors taking on multiple roles as Quixote goes on his chivalrous crusades with his squire Sancho by his side…”
1998 Washington Times, “Kashtanka” by Nelson Pressley“…The imaginative, form-fitting costumes are by Evgenia Luzhin-Salazar…”
1998 Washington Post, ‘The Little Tragedies’ The Expressionistic Puzhkin“…Costuming by Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar was extremely inventive and added much to the whole picture…”
1998 Washington Post, ‘Little Tragedies’: Pushkin’s Moral Booster by William Triplett“…Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar’s bodily colored costumes and you’ve got a show that’s constantly provoking and engaging the imagination (versus the usual sermonizing this kind of material can lead to)…”
1998 Washington Post, Stanlislavsky’s ‘Don’: A Slightly Errant Night by William Triplett“…Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar’s gorgeous costumes, a mix of period and avant- garde dress, look great on everyone…)
1991 Drama-Logue Hollywood, “The Death of Tarelkin” by Polly Warfield“… Eugenia Luzhina’s set adapts well to this barnlike space and uses its lofty upper reaches to good effect. Onion shaped domes in the black and white painted background, and a symbolic one-dimensional tree with wandering roots and branches like outstretched supplicating arms are effective...”
1991 Drama-Logue Hollywood, “Oh Dad Poor Dad, Mamma’s Hung You in the Closet and I’m Feelin’ So Sad ” by Bruce Feld“…As for Mrs. Luzhina, she is through an open-eyed loveliness and subtle movement of her lips-no to mention a great costume she had designed herself-the very portrait of an aquatic animal. Leave the talented Russian actress to perform and exercise the late Lee Strassberg might have demanded of an acolyte “Show me a Fish”…”
Costume Designer, Synetic Family Theater, Va"Nutcracker"
Set Designer, The Silk Road Dance Company, MD"Seven beauties"
Set & Costume Designer, The Prince George’s Children Theater, MD"Puss N Boots"
Costume Designer, Open Theater/DC at Takoma Theater, MD"A Dream Play" by August Strindberg
Costume Designer, The Stanislavsky Theater Studio, DC"Filumena" by Eduardo de Fillipo
Resident Set and Costume Designer, The Stanislavsky Theater Studio, DC"Kashtanka" by Anton Checkhov
Resident Set and Costume Designer, Classika Theater for Youth, MD"Kashtanka"
Set Designer, The Hallam Theater, Prince George’s Community college, MD"Macbeth" by William Shakespeare
Set and Costume Designer, The Heliotrope Theater, CA"The Death of Tarelkin" by Alexander Sukhovo Kobylin
Resident Set and Costume Designer, The Chamber Forms Theater, Moscow"The Death of Tarelkin" by Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
Costumes for Rock Band "Mango-Mango", MoscowReturn to the top of the page