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Student Design Mentoring

Nominations & Awards

Professional Costume Design

Personal Wardrobe/Stylist

Make-Up Design

Professional Costumer Work

What the Critics Say



          B.A. Speech and Drama, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 1975


          M.F.A. Costume Design, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA 1998

          (1997 U.S. News and World Report's 12th rank graduate school).



          TROY STATE UNIVERSITY, TROY, ALABAMA, 1998 to 2015

                Associate  Professor, Department of Speech and Theatre

                Costume Design DRA 3331

                Costume Techniques DRA 3302

                Makeup Techniques DRA 3303

                Rendering for the Theatre DRA 3354

                Stagecraft Lab DRA 2245

                Advanced Stagecraft Lab DRA 3345                

                Fundamentals of Speech SPH 2241

                Theatre History 1 DRA 4443



               Teaching Assistant to Professor Madeline Kozlowski,

               Fall and Spring Quarters, 50A, Beginning Costume Design


          ARTSBRIDGE PROGRAMS, 1996-1997

               Guest instructor for four outreach programs to bring the Arts to elementary

               schools. Programs included two original theatrical productions developed

               for Heninger Elementary School, Santa Ana, CA; a mask making class for

               Northwood Elementary School, Irvine, CA; and a puppet making class and

               performance of an original adaptation of Hansel and Gretel for Patrick

               Henry Elementary School, Anaheim, CA.



               Guest Costume Designer and Instructor in conjunction with the production of The Grapes of Wrath.



               Children's Theatre Factory, Summer Theatre Program. Carl Belfor and Gary DeMars, Directors.


          LAART "KIDS", 1982

               Lorena Street School, Los Angeles, CA. Producing Director: John Megna



            Jessica Culpepper, Student Designer, She Loves Me, Troy University, Winter 2004.

            Jessica Culpepper, Student Designer, Antigone, Troy State University, Fall 2003 and remounted Winter 2004. Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Barbizon nomination for Costume Design. Lois Garren Award for Excellence in Costume Design, 2004.

            Michaela Hutcheson, Student Designer, Two Rooms, Troy State University, Fall 2002 and remounted Winter 2003. Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Barbizon nomination for Costume Design. Lois Garren Award for Excellence in Costume Design, 2002.

            Brittney Powell, Student Designer, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Troy State University, Fall 2000.

            Rebecca Jarrell, Student Designer, The Importance of Being Earnest, Troy State University, Spring 2000. Region IV Winner, Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival, David Weiss Award, Costume Design.

            Rebecca Jarrell, Student Designer, When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? Troy State University, October, 1999. Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Barbizon nomination, Costume Design.

            Melissa Smith, Student Designer, A Clown’s Play, Troy State University, Spring, 1999.



            The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival HONORABLE MENTION AWARD, Costume Design for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Region IV Festival, February 7, 1999.


            ArtsBridge Scholarships. Spring 1997, Winter 1996 (2 awards), Fall 1996.


            UCIrvine Humanities Research Grant, to fund research for thesis design of Twelfth Night, 1997.


            Academy of Television Arts and Sciences EMMY AWARD NOMINATION for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design, No Greater Gift, ABC Television, produced by ABC/New World Television/Anson Productions, 1985.


            Member: National Collegiate Players, 1974.





            INTO THE WOODS, book by James Lapine, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Adena Moree.  Claudia Crosby Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2003.


            GODSPELL, book and original lyrics by John-Michael Tebelak, music and new lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Directed by Adena Moree. Claudia Crosby Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2002.


            CONECUH PEOPLE, book by Wade Hall, script by Ty Adams. Directed by Adena Moree. Claudia Crosby Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2002.


            AGNES OF GOD, by John Pielmier. Directed by Adena Moree. Adams Center Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2001. American College Theatre Festival entry, 2001.


            HELLO, DOLLY! Book by Michael Stewart. Music/Lyrics by Jerry Herman. Directed by Adena Moree. Claudia Crosby Theatre, Troy, Alabama. 2001.


            LIZARD, by Dennis Covington. Lizard follows the journey of the title character, a physically deformed teenage boy, through the South of the late 1970's. Along the way he learns about love, Shakespeare, and the deceptiveness of appearances. Directed by Adena Moree. Adams Center Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2000. ACTF State Festival entry, 2001.


            A CHORUS LINE, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kelban, book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante. Directed by Adena Moree. Claudia Crosby Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2000.


            THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry, music by Robert Waldman. Directed by Adena Moree. Adams Center Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 1999.


            A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare.  Directed by Adena Moree.  Adams Center Theatre, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 1998. ACTF State Festival entry, 1999.


            TWELFTH NIGHT, by William Shakespeare. Directed by Eli Simon. University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts at The Irvine Barclay Theatre, Irvine, CA. 1998.


            HANSEL AND GRETEL, by Engelbert Humperdinck. Directed by Annie Loui and Conducted by Thomas Cockrell.  University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts: Dance, Drama and Music, at The Irvine Barclay Theatre, Irvine, CA. 1997.


            THE MISANTHROPE, by Moliére, translation by Robert Cohen. Directed by Robert Cohen.  University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts at The School of the Arts Concert Hall. 1997.

            THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare. Directed by Annie Loui. University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts at the Village Theatre. 1996.


            A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT DREAM, by William Shakespeare. Incidental Music by Felix Mendlessohn. Directed by Beverly Redman and Conducted by Thomas Cockrell. University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts and UCI Symphony Orchestra at The Irvine Barclay Theatre, Irvine, CA. 1996.


            CAMILLE, by Charles Ludlam. Directed by Ron Edwards. Starring Michael Kearns.  Artists Confronting AIDS/Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica, CA. 1993.


            NORTH, Written and Directed by Donald Krieger. The Cast Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 1992.


            THE GRAPES OF WRATH, adapted by Frank Galati, based on the novel by John Steinbeck. Directed by Al Rossi. The Los Angeles Theatre Academy in association with The City Playhouse at the Camino Theatre. Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, CA. 1992.


            STREET THEATRE, Written and Directed by Doric Wilson, who was in attendance at the actual event, was based on the June 27, 1969 Stonewall Riots. Produced by Stephen Chivers. West Coast Ensemble in association with Prairie Island Productions, Hollywood, CA. 1989.


            THE SAND HILLS, by Hiram Titus, Composer and Co-librettist. David Parrish, Director and Co-librettist. Jerry Carlson, Chorus Director. World Premier at the Bovard Auditorium, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. This one act opera was commissioned by the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.  It concerns the Blackfoot legend of a "berdache", a man who bears the spirit of a woman. 1987.


            AIDS/US, Written and Directed by Michael Kearns. Skylight Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 1986.


            DIGNITY, Written and Directed by David Beaird. Beth Palmire, Producer. Whitefire Theater, Sherman Oaks, CA. 1984.


            EFFIGY, by Paul Schneider. Produced by Richmond Shepard and Left Coast Productions.  Directed by Bruce Gray. Richmond Shepard Theatre Studios, Hollywood, CA. 1984.


            CHILDREN OF THE UNIVERSE, Book, Music, Lyrics and Musical Direction by Paul Morse. Directed by Barbara Rich. Carl Belfor and Gary DeMars, Producers. Children's Theatre Factory at the Morgan Wixson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 1983.


            PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME, by Brian Friel. Directed by Jake Jones.  Fig Tree Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 1983.

            A LIFE, by Hugh Leonard. Directed by Michael Peretzian. Produced by Michael Eugene Fairman. Theatre 40, Beverly Hills, CA. This play won the 1983 Drama-Logue Critic's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatre. 1983.


            THE PASSION OF DRACULA, by Bob Hall and David Richmond. Produced by Howard Sanderson.  Directed by Steve Meyer. Theatre 40, Beverly Hills, CA. 1983.


            THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, Book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry, based on the novella by Eudora Welty. Music by Robert Waldman. Directed by Gary Davis. Alan Freeman, Program Supervisor. Hillside Theatre at the Occidental College Summer Drama Festival. Los Angeles, CA. 1978.


            LUTE SONG, by Koa-Tong-Kia, acting version arranged by Ruth Sergel. Directed by George R. Kernodle. University Theatre, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Arkansas. 1974.




         W.A.R. (Women Against Rape), Produced by Dahlia Pictures. This action film, starring Frank Stallone, was a women's revenge story against rapists. 1986.


            NEW MAGIC/SPECIAL EFFECTS, Brock-Trumbull Entertainment Corporation. Peter Beale, Producer. Douglas Trumbull, Director. Starring Garret Graham and Vincent Price. 1983.


            CAREERS/COMMUNICATION/SCIENCE/EXCELLENCE, The Randken Corporation for Disney/Epcot.  Chuck and Randy Gladden, Producers; Fern Field, Director. This series of educational films were part of the gala opening of the Florida Epcot Center. Over four hundred costumes, ranging from cave men to science-fiction fantasy, were used to develop the ideas of these four short educational films. 1982.


            VIOLET, American Film Institute. Produced by Paul Kemp. Directed by Shelley Levinson. Starring Didi Conn. This film, concerning the journey of a scarred girl seeking help from a faith healer, was the 1982 Academy Award Winner for Best Short Live Action Film. 1980.


            STRANGE FRUIT, American Film Institute. Gilda Baracchi, Executive Producer. Seth Pinsker, Producer and Director. This film, based upon portions of Lillian Smith's novel and the classic Billie Holliday song, was nominated by the Academy of Motion Pictures for Best Short Live Action Film. 1978.


            YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE, Columbia Pictures. Produced and Directed by Joe Brooks. This film, starring Didi Conn and Joe Silver, examines the decision of a young puppeteer to leave Los Angeles for an acting career in New York. Debbie Boone's version of the Oscar winning title song became the number one popular hit of the year. 1977.




            ALTERNATE HISTORY, TV Pilot. Autumn Entertainment, Sanmar Studios. Blain Currier, Executive Producer and Director; Jorge Sanchez, Producer. 1995.


            THE SECRET WORLD OF DREAMS, Nash Entertainment. This prime time special examined in interviews and live-action recreations various people who had experienced dreams that came true, including one re-creation of a 1970's airplane crash in which I recreated costumes from actual news footage. 1994.


            GENERAL HOSPITAL, ABC/TV. Gloria Monty, Executive Producer; Marlena Laird, Producer. Starring Finola Hughes, Jack Wagner, John York, Tristan Rogers, and Stuart Damon. This daytime drama examines the trials and tribulations of the people of Port Charles, a fictitious New York city. 1991.


            ON THE TELEVISION, Binder Productions for Nickelodeon. Troy Miller and Andi Copley, Producers; Gary Halvorson, Director. Starring George McGrath and Tim Conway, Jr. 1989.


            THE DAY MY KID WENT PUNK, an ABC Afterschool Special/Brookfield Productions.

            Norman G. Brooks, Executive Producer. Fern Field, Producer/Director/Writer. Starring Jay Underwood, Bernie Kopell, and Christina Belford. A feature article of the teleplay and costumes was published in Scholastic Scope, October 16, 1987. 1987.


             NO GREATER GIFT, ABC/New World Television/Anson Productions/Brookfield Productions. Anson Williams and Norman G. Brooks, Executive Producers; Fern Field, Producer; Anson Williams, Director. This children's program, starring Betty Thomas, Zero Hubbard and Ajay Naidu, was about two children at a children's hospital coming to terms with their mortality. I received an Academy Award Nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design. 1985.


            THE LONE STAR KID, a MajorH/Anson Productions in association with New World Television for PBS WonderWorks. Ron Howard/Anson Williams/Fred Tatashore, Executive Producers; Barbara Hiser and  Vicki Niemi-Gordon, Producers; Anson Williams, Director. Chad Sheets, Charlie Daniels, and James Earl Jones  starred in this based-on-a-true-story children's program about the 13 year old mayor of Crabb, Texas. 1985.


            CHOICES: THE MATING GAME, Twelfth Night Repertory Company for PBS Television.  Ed Morris, Executive Producer and Scott Catamus, Producer. This children's program, starring Glenn Scarpelli and Peter Marshall, confronted the issues of puberty in the format of a fantasy 'Game Show'. 1984.




            ANNIE LOUI, Stylist for the animated/movement video Sympathetic Magic.1997.

            NICOLE SIMPSON PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT, In-Finn-ity Productions. 1995.

            KAREN CHRISTIAN INFOMERCIAL, In-Finn-ity Productions. 1995.

            RICHARD PRYOR, Stylist and wardrobe for the U.S.A. tour. 1978.

            TIMOTHY LEARY, Costume designs for the book THE GAME OF LIFE: THE 21st CENTURY TAROT, a modern interpretation of the Tarot Cards. Peace Press, Inc. 1979.




          MAGIC MOMENTS, Six Flags/Magic Mountain, Valencia, CA. YLS Productions. Martin Canavan, Executive Producer. 1995.






          THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GRIZZLY ADAMS, Sunn Classics, Producers.

          Starring Dan Haggerty. 1977-1978.

          YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, by Gilbert and Sullivan

          TWELFTH NIGHT, by William Shakespeare

          CHARLIE'S AUNT, by Brandon Thomas

          THE MILLIONAIRESS, by George Bernard Shaw

          Alan Freeman, Program Supervisor.

          Hillside Theatre at the Occidental College Summer Drama Festival, Los Angeles, CA. 1978.


          THE ANSON AND LAURIE SPECIAL, Sid and Marty Krofft, Producers.

          Starring Anson Williams. 1979.


          THE HEARSE, Marimark Productions. George Bowers, Director. Starring Trish

          van de Veer and Joseph Cotton. 1979.


          THE NEIL SEDAKA TOUCH, A..B.C., Ernie Chambers and Associates,

          Producers. Directed by Jack Regas. 1980.


          CAN YOU FEEL ME DANCING? Robert Greenwald, Executive Producer;

          Michael Miller, Director. Starring Justine Bateman. 1986.


          RED RIVER, a C.B.S. movie for television based on the film classic. Frank

          Levy and Gregory Harrison, Executive Producers. M. Rauch and M. Rushton,

          Producers. Richard Michaels, Director. Starring James Arness, Ray Walston and

          Bruce Boxleitner. 1987.


          PHILLY BOY, Clandon Productions, Inc. Phil Parslow, Producer; Steven Stern,

          Director. Starring Jason Bateman. 1987.


          WHAT'S ALAN WATCHING?, C.B.S. Television, Paramount Television/Eddie Murphy Enterprises. Eddie Murphy, Executive Producer. Bob Tischler, Producer and Writer. Tommy Schlamme, Director. Starring Corin "Corky" Nemec and Eddie Murphy. 1989.


          THE GREGORY HARRISON SHOW, C.B.S./MTM Television series Pilot,

          MGM/UA, Producers. Frank Levy and Gregory Harrison, Producers. David

          Trainer, Director. 1989.


          HOLLYWOOD DOG, C.B.S. Television Series Pilot. Stone/Stanley

          Productions. S. Stone and L. Schrock, Executive Producers. G. Adler, Producer.

          Starring Hank Azaria, Conchata Ferrell, and Tim Ryan. 1989.


          GENERAL HOSPITAL, A.B.C. Television. Joseph Hardy, Producer.



          THE RETURN OF HUNTER, an N.B.C. Sunday Night Movie, produced by

          Stephen J. Cannell, starring Fred Dryer, directed by Emmy Award Winning

          Cinematographer Bradford May. 1994.


          UCI DANCE VISIONS. University of California, Irvine, Department of

          Dance, at The Irvine Barclay Theatre, Irvine, CA. Choreographed by Janice

          Gudde Plastino and David Allan. 1996.


          ASSASSINS, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by John Weidman.

          Directed by Beverly Redman. Conducted by Dennis Castellano. University of

          California, Irvine, School of the Arts, at the Village Theatre Stage. 1998.


          BLOOD WEDDING, by Federico García Lorca. Directed by Annie Loui.

          University of California, Irvine, School of the Arts at The School of the Arts

          Concert Hall. 1998.





          Variety Arts Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. Starring Walter Matthau. 1980.


          CIRCUS OF THE STARS, C.B.S. TV. Bob Stivers, Executive Producer; Bob

          Finkel, Producer. 1980-1985.


          O'HARA'S WIFE, a feature film. A Davis-Panzer Production. Michael T.

          Murphy, Executive Producer; William Bartman, Director. Starring Ed Asner and

          Jodie Foster. 1981.


          SEDUCED, a C.B.S. movie for television. A Catalina Production Group/

          Comworld Production. Franklyn R. Levy, Producer; Jerrold Freedman, Director.

          Starring Cybill Shepherd, Gregory Harrison, and José Ferrer. 1984.


          THE PAT SAJAK SHOW, C.B.S. Television. Paul Gilbert, Producer. 1988-1989.


          THE NEW $25,000 PYRAMID, C.B.S. TV. Starring Dick Clark. 1983-1984.


          CENTRO DE PROTECCION LEGAL, Spanish Research and Marketing,

          SanMar Studios Hollywood. Rene Sanchez, Executive Producer; Jorge Sanchez,

          Producer. 1994.




          KAPTAIN KOOL AND THE KONGS, ABC TV. Sid and Marty Krofft,

          Executive Producers; Al Tenzer, Producer. 1977.


          PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS, C.B.S. Bob Stivers, Producer. 1978-1981.


          PINK LADY, NBC. Sid and Marty Krofft, Producers. Starring Jeff Altman.



          THE JIMMY MCNICHOL SPECIAL, Fox Television, Bob Finkel, Producer. 1980.


          MINSKY'S FOLLIES, Home Box Office. RKO/Neiderlander Productions.

          Ellen M. Krass/Barry Ashton/Wolf Kochmann, Executive Producers. 1981.


          CELEBRITY DAREDEVILS, ABC TV. Bob Stivers, Producer. 1982.


          ALL STAR SALUTE TO THE 1984 OLYMPICS, C.B.S. Bob Stivers,

          Producer. 1984.


          SAMSON AND DELILAH, a remake of the movie classic for C.B.S. Directer

          by Lee Phillips, the international cast starred Max Von Sydow, Maria Schell, Clive

          Revill, and José Ferrer. Over 4,000 costumes were constructed for this biblical

          epic, including armor and uniforms for two armies. 1984.


          PRYOR'S PLACE, C.B.S., Emmy Award Winning Program for Children,

          Krofft Entertainment, Producers. Starring Richard Pryor. 1984.



          Producer. 1987.



          Musical Variety Series. Smo Bro Productions. Tom Smothers and Ken Kragen,

          Executive Producers; Brad Lachman, Producer; Jerry McPhie, Executive in

          Charge of Production. 1988-1989.




          THE DONNY AND MARIE OSMOND SHOW, C.B.S. Variety Television

          Series, Sid and Marty Krofft, Producers. 1976.


          PEARL BUTTONS AND COMPANY, Costume shop, Madeline Kozlowski,

          Designer and Owner. 1977- 1979.


          ICE FANTASY, Hacienda Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada. Conceived,

          choreographed, and directed by Brian Foley. 1977.


          THE BARBARY COAST, Book, music, and lyrics by William Penzner, at the

          Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco. 1977.


          THE KROFFT COMEDY HOUR, ABC, Sid and Marty Krofft, Producers.1977.


          THE BRADY BUNCH HOUR, ABC Television Special. Sid and Marty

          Krofft, Producers. 1977.


          COMMAND PERFORMANCE, C.B.S. Bob Stivers, Producer. 1977-1978.


          FESTIVAL, Pearl Buttons and Company. 1978.


          IT'S A DOG'S LIFE, NBC TV. Tandem Productions. Fred Silverman, Producer. 1979.


          WORKROOM 27, Costume shop. Billy Whitten, Designer and Owner. 1979.


          ROLLER MAGIC, Produced by Roller Generation, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Directed

          by Brian Foley. 1980.


          TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT, ABC TV. Arne Sultan and Earl Barret,

          Executive Producers; Jerry McPhee, Supervising Producer. 1980-1981.


          DANCE FEVER, CBS. Merv Griffin Productions. Starring Deney Terrio and

          Adrian Zmed. 1981-1986.


          ALL THE WAY HOME, by Tad Mosel. Gideon Productions, Inc. for NBC.

          David W. Rintels, Executive Producer; Charles Raymond, Producer. Telecast live

          from the campus of the University of Southern California (Bing Theatre), this

          production was directed by Delbert Mann, the Oscar-winning director of 1955's

          "Marty." Starring Sally Fields, William Hurt, and Ned Beatty. 1981.


          FIGHTING CHANCE, a C.B.S. Movie of the Week. Starring Gregory

          Harrison, Stephanie Zimbalist, and Pat Hingle. 1982.


          CAPITOL, C.B.S. TV soap opera. John Conboy, Executive Producer. 1984-85.


          SOLID GOLD, Paramount Television. Brad Lachman, Producer. Starring

          Marilyn McCoo and Dionne Warwick. 1985-1987.


          MR. SUNSHINE, Paramount Television. Henry Winkler/John Rich/Reynolds,

          Executive Producers; John Rich, Director. Starring Jeffrey Tambor. 1985.


          MOONLIGHTING, Fox Television. Starring Cybill Shepard and Bruce Willis.



          CAGNEY AND LACEY, Cagney and Lacey Productions, Orion TV. Barney

          Rosenzweig, Executive Producer. Jonathan Estrin and Shelley List, Supervising

          Producers. Starring Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly. 1986-1988.


          DUET, Paramount Television in association with UBU Productions. Ruth

          Bennett and Susan Seeger, Executive Producers; Linda Nieber, Producer.

          Starring Matthew Laurance, Chris Lemmon, Alison La Placa, and Mary Page

          Keller. 1987-1988.


          OPEN HOUSE, Paramount Television in association with UBU Productions.

          Ruth Bennett and Susan Seeger, Executive Producers; Linda Nieber, Producer.

          Starring Alison La Placa. 1990.


          PLAYBOY'S LOVE AND SEX TEST, Little Joey, Inc. for The Playboy

          Channel. Michael Fierman and Michael Hill, Executive Producers. 1992.


          LIFE GOES ON, Warner Brothers TV for ABC. Michael Braverman,

          Executive Producer. Starring Patti LuPone and Chris Burke. 1992-1993.


          HERMAN'S HEAD, Witt-Thomas Productions. 1992-93.


          EMPTY NEST, Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions. 1993.


          THE WONDER YEARS, The Black Marlens Company in association with

          New World Television. 1993.


          THE JOHN LARROQUETTE SHOW, Witt-Thomas Productions, NBC. 1992-1994.


          SAMMY AND FRIENDS, TV Pilot. Laurie David Productions in association

          with 20th Television. 1994.


          BRINGING UP JACK, TV Pilot. a.k.a. Productions. 1994.


          SAVED BY THE BELL, THE NEW CLASS, A Peter Engel Production in

          association with NBC Productions, Inc. 1994.


          SHE TV, CBS TV. Carsey-Werner/George Schlatter Productions. 1994.


          FRIENDS, Kevin S. Bright/Marta Kauffman/David Crane, Executive Producers. 1994.


          SPACE: ABOVE AND BEYOND, Twentieth Century Fox Television. J.

          Wong/G. Morgan/S. Zito, Executive Producers. 1995.


          THE HIDDEN SECRETS OF MAGIC, Hearst Entertainment/Jaffe

          Productions. Bob Jaffe/Gary L. Pudney/Gary Ouellet, Executive Producers. 1996.



            A Life:

               Drama-Logue Critic's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatre.

               "...and John Patton's excellent costuming augments a lovely production."---Terry Fisher, DRAMA-LOGUE


               The Sand Hills:

               "...noteworthy is the costume design by John Samuel Patton...The

               Production is a major triumph..."---Sandy Dwyer, THE NEWS


            The Grapes of Wrath:

               "...superb technical support from...John Samuel Patton

               (costumes)..."---Robert Koehler, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES



               "...the cast glistens like the lamé and taffeta they wear (exquisite

               costuming by John Patton)."---Michael Frym, LOS ANGELES



            The Tempest:

               "the costumes and choreography of the play greatly animate the

               stage...a pomp of costumes..."---Mark Lacroce, NEW UNIVERSITY


               "The costumes keep you gazing..."---Mark Chalon Smith, THE LOS

               ANGELES TIMES


            The Misanthrope:

               "Costume designer John Patton has created a brilliant array of

               overdone ensembles, not only colorful but color-coded, as if

               challenging the players to live up to the outfits with outrageous

               performances." ---Jan Herman, LOS ANGELES TIMES

               "The show looks really good: John Patton's modern styles with

               17th-century flair really point up the ridiculous nature of the

               characters...They're wonderful..."---Anne Louise Bannon,

               OC (Orange County) WEEKLY

               "This handsome production...aided immensely by John Patton's

               outrageously colorful costume design..."---Eric Marchese, THE



               Hansel and Gretel:

               "John Patton's costumes, notably his elaborate design for the Dew

               Fairy, added glamour to the production."---Peter LeFevre, THE


               "The UCI production is visually impressive...John Patton's costumes

               are a colorful recreation of 19th-century German

               peasantry."---Michael Rydzynski, THE IRVINE WORLD NEWS

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