BOBBY BREWER-WALLIN

Costume Designer | Educator | Collaborator

BOBBY BREWER-WALLIN

Costume Designer | Educator | Collaborator

BOBBY 

Brewer-Wallin

As a costume designer, I see the work I do as a storyteller.  I am interpreting the words written by the playwright and offering support to the development of character through clothing.   I am sculpting the silhouette the audience first sees and providing color and texture to the world of the play.  Through my design choices I can both help and hinder the way an audience views a character, influence how characters physically move in the space, and offer insight on a character’s journey from beginning to end. 

WHAT’S NEW

Fall 2022

Teaching a first-year seminar The Material Culture of Resistance: Clothing + Objects of Protest and a capstone course on solo performance, colloquially entitled Raw Material. Designing David Ives’ The Liar at Willamette University.

SPRING 2023

Designing Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward at Willamette University.

Designing True Story by E.M. Lewis at Artists Repertory Theatre.

Teaching Global Fashion History in a hybrid model with students at Willamette and Pacific Northwest College of Art. 

CONTACT

Contact Bobby:

bbrewerw@willamette.edu