|Title:||Assistant Professor, Costume Design
|Department:||Theatre and Dance
Department of Theatre and Dance
|Resources:||Kristy Leigh Hall Costume Design|
- M.F.A., University of Maryland, 2010.
Kristy Leigh Hall, Head of Costume Design, has worked in Chicago, Washington, DC, New York and regionally. She is the Costume Director with Chicago’s Definition Theatre Company. Her previous designs include: An Octoroon (Goodman Theatre and Definition Theatre), The Play About My Dad (Raven Theatre), I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Tosca and The Wizard of Oz (Skylight Music Theatre), The Who and the What and Pipeline (Victory Gardens), Byhalia, Mississippi, (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Stick Fly, This and Apartment 3A (Windy City Playhouse), Pygmalion (Joseph Jefferson Award Winner), Frankenstein (Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination) and Howards End (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company). Off-Broadway designs include: Woody Harrelson's Bullet for Adolf, Feather: A Musical Portrait and I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan at Theatre Row. In Washington, DC, she has designed: The Illusion (Forum Theatre), Minnie the Moocher (Pointless Theatre), Genesis Reboot (Synetic Theatre) and That Face with the Studio Theatre. Her designs have been seen internationally in the Czech Republic and Brazil. She designed the film Holy Irresistible with Local Cinema Studios. Upcoming design: Catching the Moon with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte. Kristy has been featured in American Theatre Magazine and holds degrees from both Northwestern University and the University of Maryland. www.kristyleighhall.com.