Dona Granata (costumes) is a graduate of Colombia University with a rich career encompassing film, television, theater, opera, and dance. A four-time Emmy award nominee, she has received Primetime Emmy, Costume Designers Guild, Clio, and Drama-Logue awards. Recent projects include Strangers on a Train on London’s West End and Blood in Los Angeles. She has created costumes for The Makropulos Case at the Metropolitan Opera and William Bolcom and Robert Altman’s The Wedding for Lyric Opera of Chicago. Her New York credits include Amour, Canciones de mi Padre, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, The Designated Mourner, Grasses of a Thousand Colors, and The Master Builder. She has also designed several productions for director/choreographer Tommy Tune. For the New World Symphony she designed the costumes for George Antheil’s A Jazz Symphony and The Thomashefskys: Music and Memories of a Life in the Yiddish Theater, the latter of which was seen on PBS’s Great Performances. Ms. Granata previously designed costumes for the San Francisco Symphony’s productions of Iolanthe, Le Rossignol, Oedipus Rex, and Of Thee I Sing.