ORLANDO DE LA PAZ (Scenic Artist, The Best of Enemies, The Fabulous Lipitones, Words by Ira Gershwin, The Road to Appomattox, Handle With Care, What I Learned in Paris, Family Planning, the Colony Kids Theatre Camp's School House Rock, as well as The Lion in Winter, Sex and Education, Miracle on South Division Street, and Breath and Imagination.

Orlando's handiwork was also seen in Around the World in 80 Days at Actors Co-Op, Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll at Theatre @ Boston Court,  A Walk in The Woods, Einstein Is a Dummy, and Patsy Cline at Sierra Madre Playhouse, DOMA's production of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Met, Seven Easy Pieces at Greenway Court, Billy Elliott and Carrie at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, Serrano at the Matrix, I and You at The Fountain, Tarzan and Side Show for 3D Theatricals, The Trouble We Come From at The Falcon, Heir Apparent at International City Theatre, El Grande Circus De Coca Cola at the Skylight, and The Three Penny Opera, Figaro, Julius Caesar, and Antigone at A Noise Within. 

Orlando graduated from Don Bosco Technical Institute in Rosemead, CA majoring in Graphic Communications, and from Otis College of Art and Design majoring in Illustration. After working as a Disney illustrator for many years and volunteering his free time as a scenic artist in Children's theatre, he eventually became a professional Scenic Artist, finding himself surrounded by the welcoming and supportive embrace of the Colony Theatre family here in Burbank.
September 2015