Rose Brand announced Natalie Khuen as the winner of the Rose Brand Scholarship at USITT. Natalie studies theatre design at the University of California in San Diego. She is described by her Design professor as having boundless imagination and intelligence; an intuitive command of visual imagery along with a social-professional integrity rarely seen in designers her age. Natalie's design experience includes productions such as Elizabeth I and Marat/Sade. The final judging was by a panel of high profile experts in the industry, which included Scenic Designer & Tony Award winner, Donyale Werle; Walt Disney Imagineering Designer, Pete Happe; Scenic & Production Designer & Primetime Emmy Winner, Joe Celli; and the owner of Tait Tower, Adam Davis.
The Rose Brand Scholarship is awarded to a student in the amount of $5,000. A Rose Brand credit for $2,500 will also be given to the student's school to help enhance the theater program. The scholarship is intended for students who wish to pursue a career in scenic design.
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