Francisco Solorzano

Francisco Solorzano (Sets & Lighting Design, Producer) Theater: adapted, acted and directed in the workshop and world premiere of Dog Day Afternoon (Theatre Row Theatres). Select acting credits: World premiere of Horovitz's What Strong Fences Make (Bleecker Street Theatre, Boston Theatre Marathon), Nilo Cruz's Bicycle Country (Spanish Repertory Theatre, Theatre Row Theatres), The Water Engine (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh, Scotland), Israel Horovitz's The Indian Wants the Bronx (Gloucester Stage Company/78th Street Theatre Lab) & A Mother's Love (Boston Playwrights Theatre), Beirut Rocks (EST Marathon, dir Jo Bonney), Sins of the Mother (with Ethan Hawke as well as Bobby Cannavale, Michael Stuhlbarg and John Doman, dir by Jo Bonney), Israel Horovitz's New Shorts (Theatre Row Theatres with Lynn Cohen), 45th anniversary revival of Lanford Wilson's Balm In Gilead, Six Hotels (GSC, dir Israel Horovitz). Film: And The World Goes Round (2009's Cannes Short Film Corner), Love Simple (HBO NYC Latino Film Festival, Feel Good Film Festival in Hollywood, CA) and Between Something and Nothing (NYC's 20th anniversary NEW FEST Film Festival.) BFA: CUNY'S Brooklyn College; a founder and Producing Artistic Director of the Barefoot Theatre Company since 1999. Recipient of the 2009 Graduate Theater Organization of Brooklyn College, CUNY's Alumnus of the Year Award. Member Since 1999. Most recently seen in Israel Horovitz’s Sins Of The Mother at Gloucester Stage Company. Most recently designed lights and appeared in Horovitz's World Premiere of Mid-East Pieces and Suite Horovitz. He will reprise his role in Horovitz’s latest full-length drama for Florida Stage Company this coming winter.

Shows participated in:
A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley (2009 - 10) Producer