Folger Theatre: The Conference of the Birds (Helen Hayes Award nomination). Olivera has more than 150 theater, opera, dance and film productions to her credit. Most notably: Jedermann (Salzburg Festival, Austria); The Long Christmas Dinner (American Symphony Orchestra); God’s Ear (Vineyard Theatre); The Americans and The Greeks (The Juilliard School Drama Division); Don Giovanni; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Le Comte Ory (The Juilliard School Opera Division); Superterrenian, Chekhov Lizardbrain, Twelfth Night (Pig Iron); Ivanov, Uncle Vanya, Platonov, Seagull (Lake Lucille); Film I am a Seagull (Lake Lucille, Chekhov Project Company). Her regional work includes: American Repertory Theatre; Arden Theatre Company; Trinity Repertory Company; Hartford Stage; Huntington Theatre; Berkshire Theatre Festival; Long Wharf; Two Rivers; Riverside Theatre; Alabama Shakespeare; Playmakers Repertory Company; Alabama Shakespeare; California Shakespeare Theatre; Shakespeare Santa Cruz; Theatre Works; American Stage, among others. Olivera’s work has been shown at exhibitions including the U.S. national exhibit at the 2004 & 2007 Prague Quadrennial and Curtain Call: Celebrating a Century of Women Designing for Live Performance (Lincoln Center). Olivera is a recipient of the 2004 NEA/TCG CDP for Designers, 2010 IT Award for Outstanding Costume Design, 2010 TDF/Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, 2012 Barrymore Award for Outstanding Costume Design. She recently received the 2014 Bessie Award Recipient for Outstanding Visual Design.