Society & Culture
Episode 41: Deb Sivigny
Deb Sivigny has been designing in the Washington, DC area for over a decade and is the resident faculty artist in the Theatre and Performance Studies Department at Georgetown University. She teaches courses in design and costume history. She was a Doyle Faculty Fellow in 2015 and a TLISI Summer fellow for two years introducing technology in the classroom. Recent professional credits include costume design for Round House Theatre, Theater J, Imagination Stage, Theater Alliance, Forum Theatre, and Rorschach Theatre where she is a company member. She has also designed for Kennedy Center TYA, Woolly Mammoth, Young Playwrights Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre ACA, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Everyman Theatre, Olney Theatre and The Hub. She is a member of USA 829. She is also developing new work as a member of Welders 2.0, working as a generative artist creating design-driven work for a theatre audience. She is a Korean adoptee and her work with The Welders centers around the subject of adoption. She has a BA in theatre design from Middlebury College and an MFA from the University of Maryland. You can check out her website at debsivigny.com, follow her on Twitter at @indepenguin, or email her at email@example.com.
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