Asaki Kuruma

Originally from Japan, Asaki (’20) (she, her, hers) is a multi-disciplinary artist who has been working professionally with many theater companies and artists in the Philadelphia area over a decade as a performer, deviser, stage manager, administrator, cultural consultant, and educator. Her recent focus has been costume design. Costume design credit: Backing Track (World Premiere- Arden Theatre Co.), Marisol (Arcadia University), Pericles (Shakespeare in Clark Park), Kissing the Witches (Ursinus College), The Scar Test, A Midsummer Nights Dream (Villanova Theatre), Man of God (InterAct Theatre), Boycott Esther (Azuka Theater), Las Mujeres (Power Street Theatre Company), Romeo & Juliet (Lantern Theater Company), Tiger Style! (Philadelphia Asian Performing Artists), Romeo & Juliet, Complete History of America, Abridged, Measure for Measure (Commonwealth Classic Theatre Co). Asaki is also a Resident Artist at Power Street Theatre MA -Villanova University. Asaki currently works at Drexel University as the Costume Shop Manager to manage their theater and dance performances.