Honors, Awards, and Reviews
Exeunt New York City Review of Costume Design for She-She-She by Alison Walls
"The sneakers and other costume elements are well chosen by Krista Intranuovo. The costumes convey character with expert precision and signal the different eras without looking too “costumey,” in a way that supports the overall approach to the inter-period interactions." http://exeuntnyc.com/reviews/review-actors-fund-arts-center/
Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas Award for Allied Design - 2015
At the 2015 Region II KCACTF in Cleveland, Ohio, I was granted this award for my work as the Draper on Adelphi University's prodution of Twelfth Night. This award included a scholarship to attend a one-week summer intensive at the Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas.
Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Regional Award for Allied Design; National Finalist - 2013
At the 2013 Region II KCACTF in Towson, Maryland, I was granted this award for my mask design and fabrication for Adelphi University's production of Good Person of Szechwan. As a regional winner, I was able to compete nationally that year at USITT in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Honor Society, Adelphi University Cast - 2013-15 (Alum)
As a member of the Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Honor Society, I had the opportunity to participate in service projects that fostered unity within the Adelphi University Department of Theatre, and connected us to both our local and global communities. Admittance into this society is based on academic excellence and commitment to strong leadership. While at Adelphi, I served first as the Secretary and then as the Vice President of our cast.
Adelphi University Honors College - Graduated May 2015, Summa Cum Laude
I strongly believe that research skills, critical thinking, and a wide range of contextual knowledge are crucial to any designer, and the academic requirements of the Adelphi Honors College helped me improve in all of these areas. For my Honors Thesis, I investigated the lives of women theatre workers of the late 19th Century, comparing the roles they created or designed for the stage to their lives and experience in society.