Graduate Studies: Costume Production: Portfolios
Adrienne Corral is a second year graduate student. She has worked at Utah Shakespeare Festival, Glimmerglass Opera in New York, The Orlando Rep in Florida and Academy Costumes of London. This year she was the lead draper for Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolfe?, crafts artisan on The Parchman Hour and first hand on In the Next Room. She served as a first hand on As You Like It, as crafts assistant on Fences, and as assistant to the designer on Shipwrecked, An Entertainment for PlayMakers Repertory Company. www.AdrienneCorral.daportfolio.com
Denise Dietrich is a first year graduate student. She has worked at the American Players Theater and the Cologne Opera house as a costume associate assistant. She has worked as the crafts assistant on Red and as a first hand forThe Imaginary Invalid for Playmakers Repertory Company. http://denisedietrich.daportfolio.com/
Colleen Dobson is a first year graduate student. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina at Columbia. She has worked as a stitcher at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. This past year she was a first hand on Red and It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, a draper for Cabaret, and was the crafts assistant for The Imaginary Invalid. She was the aassistant to the costume designer for Clybourne Park.
Corinne Hodges is a first year graduate student. She graduated from Texas Christian University in 2011 and spent the next summer as an apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera. Before coming to Carolina, Corinne was a costume intern at Bühnen der Stadt Köln (Stages of the City Cologne) in Cologne, Germany. Corinne has also worked as a first hand at Trinity Shakespeare Festival, an over-hire stitcher for Casa Manaña, and an over-hire dresser with TWU Local 803.
Leah Pelz is a first year graduate student. She has worked at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, American Players Theatre in Wisconsin, Central City Opera in Colorado, and Great River Shakespeare Festival in Minnesota. She has worked as the crafts assistant on In the Next Room and as first hand for Parchman Hour and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf for PlayMakers Repertory Company.www.leahpelz.daportfolio.com
Kelly Renko is a first year graduate student pursuing a degree in Costume Production. Kelly graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2009 with a B.A. in theatre. She spent the summer following graduation as an apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera and then a year-long apprenticeship with Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Florida. Kelly has also worked with the St. Louis Opera and as an over-hire stitcher for her former alma mater in 2011.