Josafath “Joe” Reynoso, native-born from Monterrey, Mexico, is humbled to be working at the Clarence Brown Theatre. His most recent works at the CBT include WRENS and Our Country’s Good, winner of the “best set design” award at the BroadwayWorld Awards as well as Medea and The Rape of Lucretia for the UT Opera Department. He has designed for the Carousel Theatre, Lab Theatre and Relix Theatre (Knoxville TN), The Lexington Children’s Theatre (Lexington, KY); the Salvador Novo Theatre (Mexico), Teatro del Borde (Argentina), Escena 8 (Venezuela), KCDC (Israel), and The Industrial Palace (Cezch Republic) among many others. As a student at the University of Tennessee he won the first prize in the scenic design competition at the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) 2014, and got selected finalist for the prestigious Porterfield award, the Ready-for-Work competition and the Rose Brand scholarship and he’s currently a runner up to exhibit his work on the US pavilion at the Prague Quadrennial in 2015. Back in Mexico, he represented his country at the 2007 Scenofest during the Prague Quadrennial and the 2006 Baruta Festival in Caracas, Venezuela. He is honored and grateful to be able to further expand his work in the US and to be part of the loving Clarence Brown Theatre family.