Scene Design professor Eduardo Sicangco enjoys a varied career designing sets and costumes for opera, musicals, theater, ballet, film, television, revues and arena spectaculars, as well as theme park, cruise ship and corporate entertainment.
- Design credits include "Cavalleria Rusticana," "Pagliacci" and "Carmen" for New York City Opera; "Babes in Toyland" for Houston Grand Opera; "Manon," "La Traviata" and "Elisir d’ Amore" for Virginia Opera; Donald Byrd’s "The Harlem Nutcracker" and "The Gershwin Celebration" for Brooklyn Academy of Music and PBS; "The Spring Spectacular" for Radio City Music Hall; "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" on Broadway; "Das Barbecu" Off Broadway; and five editions of Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Circus.
- Across the country, Sicangco has designed for Harford Stage, Ordway Music Theater, Children’s Theatre Company, Tanglewood Music Festival, Chautauqua Opera, Center Stage, Seattle Rep, Baystreet Theater, McCarter Theater, GeorgeStreet Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Asolo Theatre Festival, Crossroads Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Theater Under the Stars and the St. Louis Muny, among others.
- Featured in the Lynn Pecktal books "Costume Design — Techniques of Modern Masters" and "Drawing and Painting for the Theater."
- Was the subject of “From Inspiration to Illusion, the Scenographic Works of Eduardo Sicangco,” a career retrospective at the Ayala Museum in the Philippines, where he was born.