Theatrical Costuming

Design by Gregg Barnes
Design by Gregg Barnes

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Tuck Everlasting on Broadway - 2016
Directed by Casey Nicholaw
Costume Designer: Gregg Barnes
 
 15+ piece build including rebuilds of pieces from the Atlanta production: women's petticoats, skirts, corsets, and 1900's bodices. Built in-house at Redthreaded.

The Drowsy Chaperone, 2015 "Janet" Design by Jennifer Gillette

The Drowsy Chaperone, 2015 "Janet" Design by Jennifer Gillette

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The Drowsy Chaperone, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC - 2015
Directed by Matt Loehr
Costume Design: Jennifer Gillette
Two built dresses for Janet featuring heavily beaded fabrics

"Bea" Understudy costume for Marisha Wallace

"Bea" Understudy costume for Marisha Wallace

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Something Rotten! on Broadway - 2015
Directed by Casey Nicholaw
Costume Design: Gregg Barnes
50+ piece build including women's chorus petticoats, skirts, corsets, and Robin's rehearsal look, for regular cast and swings. Built in-house at Redthreaded.

Peter Macon and Anne Sandoe in Othello Photo J. Koskinen

Peter Macon and Peter Simon Hilton in Othello Photo J. Koskinen

Photo J. Koskinen

Peter Macon and Anne Sandoe in Othello Photo J. Koskinen

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Colorado Shakespeare Festival - 2015
Costume Design: Hugh Hanson
Costume Draper: Cynthia Settje
 
Much Ado About Nothing, Directed by Jim Helsinger
Wittenberg, Directed by Timothy Orr
Othello, Directed by Lisa Wolpe
Henry V, Directed by Carolyn Howarth
 
Sole draper for 9 week build. Over 50 built garments plus alterations produced with 5-7 shop members.

Womenswear by Cynthia Settje/Redthreaded Photo Gregg Mooney

Womenswear by Cynthia Settje/Redthreaded Photo Gregg Mooney

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Tuck Everlasting World Premier, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, GA - 2015
Directed by Casey Nicholaw
Costume Designer: Gregg Barnes
 
 20+ piece build including women's petticoats, skirts, corsets. Built in-house at Redthreaded.
Can Can (built petticoats)
Can Can (built petticoats)

Can-Can, 2014 Women's petticoats by Cynthia Settje/Redthreaded

Hunchback Menswear
Hunchback Menswear

The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 2015 Men's jerkins and doublets by Cynthia Settje/Redthreaded

The Bandstand
The Bandstand

The Bandstand, 2015

Can Can (built petticoats)
Can Can (built petticoats)

Can-Can, 2014 Women's petticoats by Cynthia Settje/Redthreaded

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Angela Brown in ISO's 2014 Yuletide

Angela Brown in ISO's 2014 Yuletide

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Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ
2013 - 2015
 
Oliver!, Directed by Mark S. Hoebee
Costume Design: Amanda Seymour
 
South Pacific, Directed by Rob Ruggiero
Costume Design: Catherine Zuber
 
Can-Can, Directed by David Lee
Costume Design: Ann Hould-Ward
 
The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Directed by Scott Schwartz
Costume Design: Alejo Vietti
 
Ever After, World Premier Directed by Kathleen Marshall
Costume Design: Jess Goldstein
 
The Bandstand, World Premier Directed by Andy Blankenbuehler
Costume Design: Paloma Young
 
Petticoats, doublets, uniforms, corsets, etc. built in-house at Redthreaded.
 
 
Yuletide Celebration, Indianapolis, IN - 2013-2015
Costume Design: Clare Henkel
Producer: Ty Johnson
 
 
Projects have included 20+ Elf costumes in cotton velvet, Opera gown for Angela Brown, Mrs. Claus costume for Sandi Patty, dirndls for the Von Trapp Singers, sequined tap-dancing elf costume, numerous other alterations/rebuilds. Built in-house at Redthreaded.
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The Tempest Costume Designer: Clare Henkel

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Joshua Archer in The Tempest

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Sam Gregory and Alex Esola in I Hate Hamlet

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The Tempest Costume Designer: Clare Henkel

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Colorado Shakespeare Festival - 2014
Costume Draper: Cynthia Settje
 
The Tempest, Directed by Geoff Kent
Costume Designer: Clare Henkel
 
I Hate Hamlet, Directed by Timothy Orr
Costume Designer: Katie Horney
 
Merry Wives of Winsor, Directed by Seth Panitch
Costume Designer: Hugh Hanson
 
Henry IV: Pt. 1, Directed by Carolyn Howarth
Costume Designer: Hugh Hanson