Isaias Hiram Urrabazo
Isaias Hiram Urrabazo is a native Las Vegan and is one of eight children. He is currently working behind the scenes of the hit Las Vegas production, Magic Mike. He is an accomplished singer, actor, public speaker, costume designer, and artist.
At the age of 8 years old, Isaias began his singing career in church and went on to win numerous awards for his singing and Senatorial Recognition. Isaias went on to design costumes for numerous community theatre productions and has worked backstage in numerous Las Vegas shows, including Celine Dion: A New Day; Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular; and Azure: An Underwater Fantasy. His costume designs have been critically praised and he won Best Costume Design at the inaugural ceremony of the Las Vegas Valley Theatre Awards.
Isaias is a self-taught sculptor who loves Halloween. This holiday has inspired his whimsical creations including spooky jack o lanterns inspired by old German papier mache lanterns and he also creates Day of the Dead-inspired artwork that reflects his Mexican heritage. His art work can be found as a part of the Gateway Arts Foundation art collection and also in the homes of Sally Struthers of “All in the Family” fame and Joey Fatone of *NSYNC. His “amazing talent and beautiful art pieces” have been written about in an article by Robert Torti (of “The Young and the Restless” fame) in the Las Vegas Sun.
In his busy time Isaias can be found giving back to the community by designing shows for small production companies and giving his time to different charities.