Randy Barceló was a multi-talented Cuban-born designer and artist. He was the first Hispanic person to be nominated as Best Costume Design for a Tony Award for his designs for Jesus Christ Superstar in 1972. Barceló designed costumes for many other Broadway productions, including Lenny, The Magic Show, and Ain’t Misbehavin’. He also worked with dance companies including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Ballet Hispánico, where he worked on his final project in 1994, Alberto Alonso’s Si Señor! Es Mi Son!.