Teresa Snider-Stein

Costume Design

TERESA SNIDER-STEIN (Costume Design) a twenty-five year veteran of New York and Regional theatre, has designed costumes for nearly a hundred productions.  Selected credits include: I’m not Rappaport (Broadway & regional tour); Everett Beekin (Lincoln Center); the original productions of the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Young Man from Atlanta, (Signature Theatre, Huntington Theatre, and Alley Theatre); Raised in Captivity,  (Vineyard Theater and South Coast Rep); and 36 Views (Huntington Theatre, Boston, MA).  For nine years as the resident costume designer at Signature Theatre in New York City, Ms. Snider-Stein particularly enjoyed the intensive yearlong collaboration with the various playwrights in residence. She designed the costumes for over thirty-five productions by Romulus Linney, Lee Blessing, Edward Albee, Horton Foote, Adrienne Kennedy, Sam Sheppard, Arthur Miller, John Guare, and Maria Irene Fornes.  Working directly with each of the playwrights she was able to focus on specificity of character and tap into each author’s particular point of view.  Through participation in this in-depth exploration of individual playwrights’ work, she was part of the team that helped cement the Signature Theatre’s playwright-centric techniques.  New York credits include Playwrights Horizons, the Public Theater, Lucille Lortel Theatre, Classic Stage Company, the Vineyard Theatre, Irish Repertory Theatre, The Jewish Repertory Theatre, Mabou Mines, Village Light Opera Company, Ensemble Studio Theater, and Women’s Project & Productions.  Regionally she has worked at South Coast Rep, Goodspeed Opera Company, The Alley Theatre, New York Stage and Film, Dallas Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Ford’s Theater, Coconut Grove Playhouse, the Huntington Theatre Company, George Street Playhouse, Portland Stage Company, and Paper Mill Playhouse.  Most recent theatrical costume designs include the NYC premieres of HIM(Primary Stages); The Hereafter Musical (Theater 80); and MIKA created in answer to Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s initiative to end violence against women worldwide and presented at the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations, NYC.

Ms. Snider-Stein was awarded the Bronze Medal for Costume Design at the 2005 World Stage Design International Exhibition and is a member of United Scenic Artists local 829 and USITT.  She holds an MFA in Design from the Yale School of Drama and is currently Head of Costume Design and Assistant Professor of Theatre at Brooklyn College, CUNY.

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