Ashland Center for Theatre Studies
Theatre Teacher Training Faculty
Maggie Dick has worked as a costume designer and costume technician for the past fourteen years. She currently lives in New York City where she works as a freelance costume designer and a draper at the Metropolitan Opera. Recent NYC designs include Death at PS 122, All the Bad Things at the Public Theatre produced by LAByrinth Theater Company, Redevelop (Death Valley), Two Husbands, The Gun Play, and The Female Terrorist Project at the Chocolate Factory, Murdering Marlowe at the Access Theatre, and Pale Idiot at the NY Fringe Festival. Regional work includes designing Grapes of Wrath, Amadeus, Cymbeline, The Cherry Orchard, and The Merry Wives of Windsor at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Up at Syracuse Stage, and assisting at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Maggie was the assistant designer for King Hedley II at Signature Theatre Company, Bubbling Brown Sugar starring Diahann Carroll, and for the Montreal production of Beauty and the Beast. Before getting her MFA at the University of Texas at Austin she worked as a draper for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, California Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Repertory Theater, and the American Players Theater.
Maggie will teach the 2011 a la carte course Costume Crafts: Millinery.