Roxy Mojica is a first-year M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate with a focus in scenic design at The University of Texas at Austin, originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. She graduated with her B.A. in theater arts with an emphasis in scenic design from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Her recent work includes the world premiere of Brightside the Musical at Arts Square Theater Las Vegas with Cockroach Productions where she was nominated for a Las Vegas Valley Theatre Award for Best Scenic Design. In her time in Las Vegas, Mojica was also a designer to burlesque singer and Absinthe headliner, Melody Sweets, for her one night burlesque shows hosted in the Absinthe Las Vegas Tent at Caesars Palace such as the following: Call of the Wild Jungle Burlesque (2016), Coney Island! Burlseque at the Beach (2015) Big Top & Burlesque (2015) and XXXmas A Burlesque Spectacular (2014).
Mojica also designed The Littlest Pirate for Sierra Reparatory Theatres Youth program in Sonora, California after interning as an associate designer for their production of The Drowsy Chaperone. Aside from her theatre work, she also has done production design for independent short films and music videos, one of which was for local Las Vegas talent Daniel Park and his single Runaways.