Lillian Prentice

Lillian Prentice, NYU/Tisch

Lily Prentice is a New York based costume and character designer with a special interest in new and devised work.

Ongoing projects include Welcome, a community immersion based world premiere performance choreographed by Stefanie Batten Bland at La MaMa in May 2017. Selected recent projects include Babette’s Feast, directed by Palina Jonsdottir (Columbia Stages), world premiere I Wasn’t Going to Tell Anybody and Then I Told Everybody by Adam Bock (NYU Graduate Acting), Tartuffe (NYU Graduate Acting), Incomings and dance film Oak Bluffs choreographed by Stefanie Batten Bland, Trial By Fire and The Glass Piano (Columbia Stages), One on Ones at the 52nd Street Project, and collaborations as a company member with The Harpers, including the world premieres Beached (Maine PortFringe) and The Boys are Angry (NYC Fringe). With a background in fine art sculpture and painting, Lily graduated from Bowdoin College in 2010 and is a member of the 2017 graduating class at NYU Tisch.


Choreographed by Stefanie Batten Bland
Second Avenue Dance Company
Lighting Design: Ted Boyce-Smith
Photo: Tony Dougherty

I Wasn't Going to Tell Anybody and Then I Told Everybody

I Wasn’t Going to Tell Anybody and Then I Told Everybody
World Premiere by Adam Bock
Directed by Lisa Peterson
NYU Tisch Graduate Acting
Set Design: Stephan Moravski
Lighting Design: Reza Behjat
Photo: Ella Bromblin


By Moliere
Directed by Shona Tucker
NYU Tisch Graduate Acting
Set Design: Stella Oh
Lighting Design: Alex Mannix
Photo: Ella Bromblin

Babette's Feast

Babette’s Feast
Adapted and Directed by Palina Jonsdottir
Co Costume Design: Kat Jeffery
Set Design: Margaux Maeght
Lighting Design: Cha See
Photo: Carol Rosegg