The Legend of Georgia McBride
Costume Designer E.B. Brooks
Geffen Playhouse: Bad Jews, Wait Until Dark, Good People, Build, and The Exorcist (Associate to Scott Pask), Switzerland (Assistant to Ellen McCartney), Power of Duff (Assistant to Bobby Fredrick Tilley). Regional theater: Off The Rails (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), They Don't Talk Back (La Jolla Playhouse, Perseverance Theatre), Billy and Ray (Laguna Playhouse), Ten Chimneys (Artists Repertory Theater of Portland), Hit The Wall (L.A. LGBT Center 2016 Best Costume Design Nominee), Invisible Cities (The Industry L.A.). Center for New Performance: Fantomas, Brewsie and Willie directed by Travis Preston (2010 LA Weekly Award for Best Production Design), What to Wear directed by Richard Foreman. Other Los Angeles theaters include: East West Players, Theater@Boston Court, Native Voices@The Autry, Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival, Black Dahlia Theater, Celebration Theater, Antaeus Company. She also designs for web, television, game developers, events and film. She received her M.F.A. from California Institute of the Arts and has taught at USC, CalTech, and Willamette University. She is a member of United Scenic Artists 829 and Costume Designers Guild 892.