Nyrobi is a 2010 Suzi Bass Award-winning costume designer with more than 25 years experience in theater and entertainment. Nyrobi’s work as a costume designer has appeared in film, television, and print media across the Atlanta, New York, Las Vegas and Dallas theater markets. Nyrobi’s Atlanta theater costume design credits include, but are not limited to: Da Kink in My Hair, Uprising, Mary Honey B Morrison’s Single Husbands, The Doctor, The Devil & My Dad, Detroit, RIGHT ON!, Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery, HAIR, The Little Prince, Free To Be You And Me, Last Night Of Ballyhoo, Taming of the Shrew, for colored girls.., and The Big Bang. The Magic Negro is Nyrobi’s first show at the Alliance. “I am honored and humbled to work with this talented actor and amazing crew. I could not have asked for a more meaningful introduction. Thank you!”
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