Costume Design – “all apologies”

“Brittany Graham’s costuming is amazing…. Costume choices for Kurt enhanced his lonely, lost boy blues.” – Bev Fleischer, DC Metro Theater Arts Director: Jason Schlafstein | Playwright: Hunter Styles |  Scenic Design: Andrew Berry | Sound Designer: Kenny Neal | Photography: Fight Guy Photography World Premiere. Part of a double-bill titled UNPLUGGED with Seamus Sullivan’s Me and the… Continue reading Costume Design – “all apologies”

Costume Design – “Me and the Devil Blues”

“Brittany Graham’s costuming is amazing. A particular wonder was the transformation of Katie Jeffries from Janis in All Apologies, into Tamara, as a Tina Fey-lookalike Anti-Christ in Me and the Devil Blues. That alone is worth the price of admission” – Bev Fleischer, DC Metro Theater Arts Director: Jason Schlafstein | Playwright: Seamus Sullivan |… Continue reading Costume Design – “Me and the Devil Blues”

Costume and Wig Design – “The Wizard of Oz”

Director: Krista Cowan | Photographer: C. Stanley Photography | Builds/Enhancements: Scarecrow, Glinda, Jitterbug, Tin Man, Crows, Lion, Monkeys Design for The Madeira School, an all-girl private boarding and day school. Design concept: a high-fashion retelling of The Wizard of Oz based on the set, which was inspired by the paintings of Gustav Klimt and Natasha Westcoat.… Continue reading Costume and Wig Design – “The Wizard of Oz”

Assistant Costume Design – “Apples from the Desert”

photo by C. Stanley Photography

At Theatre J, Washington, DC | Director: Johanna Gruenhut | Playwright: Savyon Liebrecht | Costume Designer: Tim Mackabee | Assistant Costume Designer: Brittany Graham | Lighting Designer: Dan Covey | Photography: C. Stanley Photography (where noted) and Brittany Graham I assisted Tim Mackabee in his design of Apples from the Desert. I also built two dresses… Continue reading Assistant Costume Design – “Apples from the Desert”

Costume Design – “Imagination Meltdown Adventure”

Director: Lex Davis | Playwright: Frank Cervarich | Theater: Pointless Theatre Company | Original Music by Aaron Bliden | Photographer: Andrew Bossi World Premiere; Capital Fringe Festival Loosely based on Joseph Campbell’s A Hero’s Journey, Imagination Meltdown Adventure involves a drunken wish, magic, songs, and puppets. Click to enlarge.