Valérie Thérèse Bart (costume and scenic designer). Off Broadway: debut. Off-Off Broadway: Say You Heard My Echo (costume design; Jesse Jou, dir.), Song of a Convalescent Ayn Rand Giving Thanks to the Godhead in the Lydian Mode (costume design; Michael Rau, dir.), Anna: Love in the Cold War (Josh Kashinsky, dir.), Goodbye New York, Goodbye Heart (scenic design; world premiere; Oliver Butler, dir.). Regional: The Guthrie Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Arts Emerson and Yale Repertory Theater: The Servant of Two Masters (costume design; Christopher Bayes, dir.); Yale Repertory Theater: Pop! (scenic design; world premiere; Mark Brokaw, dir.). Theater: Atlantic Theater Acting School: In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play (costume design); Rider University: A New Brain (costume design); New London Barn Playhouse: The Drowsy Chaperone (costume design; BT McNicholl, dir.),Guys and Dolls (costume design; Robert Sella, dir.); Yale School of Drama: Uncle Vanya (costume design; Ron Van Lieu, dir.), The Tempest (scenic design), The Robbers (costume design). Opera: NYU Steinhardt School of Music: Die Fledermaus, Brahm’s Liebeslieder (costume design; Michael Rau, dir.). Awards: finalist of the New Hampshire Theatre Awards in Best Costume Design category for The Drowsy Chaperone (2011); nominee for the Connecticut Critics Circle Awards in Outstanding Scenic Design for Pop! (2010); recipient of the Leo Lerman Graduate Fellowship in Design (2010); recipient of the Marvin Sims Memorial Fellowship Award for Young Designer of Color (2006). Training: M.F.A., design, Yale School of Drama.