Bobby Brewer-Wallin

Costume Designer

Bobby Brewer-Wallin, Associate Professor of Theatre and department chair, designs costumes for theatre, dance, television and film. With an MFA in costume design from California Institute of Arts, he joined the Theatre Department faculty at Willamette University in 2000. In addition to designing costumes for all main stage productions, he teaches courses in costume design, costume history, the thesis course for theatre majors with an emphasis in solo performance, and a first year seminar titled “Clothing + Memory as Embodied Thought.” Recent productions include Macbeth and Lear’s Daughter at Willamette University, The Snowstorm at CoHo Theatre, The Beauty Queen Of Leenane at Third Rail Repertory Theatre and Richard III and King Lear at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. At Artists Rep, where he is a Resident Artist, he has designed costumes for A Civil War Christmas, The Miracle Worker, The Liar, The Motherfucker With the Hat, Ithaka and (I Am Still) The Duchess Of Malfi.