Emily White is a New York based freelance costume designer. Originally from Northern Minnesota, she values work that is collaborative and innovative. Recent projects include Waiting, a new musical drama with Columbia University and playwright Nora Sørena Casey, and Male Continence, a movement based found text drama produced as part of HERE Arts Sublet Series. Formerly based in San Francisco, she designed the American premiere of Samuel Gallet’s Communiqué n° 10 at the Cutting Ball Theater, as well as work for The Breadbox Theater Co and Z Space. She has a B.A. in Theater Arts and Studio Art from Cornell College in Mount Vernon Iowa.
The Blueprint, NYU Design for Stage & Film/Grad Acting, directed by Jenny Koons, Set Design by D’Vaughn Agu, Lighting Design by Cha See, Sound Design by John McKenna.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, NYU Design for Stage & Film/Grad Acting, directed by Tamilla Woodard, Set Design by Devin Petersen, Lighting Design by Michael Palumbo.
Eurydice, Columbia Stages, directed by Inés Braun, Set Design by Devin Peterson, Lighting Design by Christopher Thielking.
Set and Reset/Reset, Choreography by Trisha Brown, reset by Diane Madden, Costumes inspired by the original design by Robert Rauschenberg, Lighting design by Ted Boyce-Smith, inspired by the original by Beverly Emmons with Robert Rauschenberg.