The Costume Designer is responsible for the visual appearance of the actors. This may include what is seen (clothes, shoes, hats, purses, canes, parasols, jewelry, wigs, make-up, etc.) as well as what isn’t (corsets, hoops, boning, character elements such as padded stomachs, etc.).
The Costumer Designer is responsible for the design, production, and maintenance of the costumes and accessories based on the production needs.
- Previous experience costuming for musicals is a plus.
To apply for teaching or production positions; email cover letter & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit audition materials for performance opportunities see Upcoming Auditions tab.