Batul Rizvi is a multi-disciplinary designer and artist.
Recently, she designed Million Dollar Quartet for the Heritage Theatre Festival in Charlottesville, Virginia. Previous design credits include Shipwrecked: An Entertainment!, Urinetown, Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play (University of Virginia), Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Heritage Theatre Festival), Little Shop of Horrors (Chattanooga Theatre Company), American Idiot (James Madison University).
She is a member of the non-profit organization USITT (United States Institute of Theatre Technology). In addition to her design credits, she has also held the title of Scenic Charge Artist and Scenic Artist across various paint shops including Totem Pole Playhouse, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Heritage Theatre Festival, and Pacific Theatre Conservatory (PCPA). Batul is an alumna from the North Carolina School of the Arts. Assistant design credits include Spamalot, Violet, Woody Guthrie’s American Song (Heritage Theatre Festival), Nickelodeon’s Double Dare Obstacle Course (Oasis Productions/Barker Designs). Batul also held the title of Entertainment and Production Designer for Busch Gardens Williamsburg, where she developed concepts and draftings for various park designs including haunted mazes, photo ops, restaurant overlays, seasonal displays, merchandise kiosks, and branding elements.