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Two versions of Meganne George's most recent bio, to be included in programs for which she has served as Scenic or Costume Designer:

Meganne George - Broadway: Costumes for A Wonderful Life (Actors' Fund Benifit). Off-Broadway: Costumes for Mabou Mines' Red Beads, Dollhouse (also National and International tours), and Cara Lucia (American Theatre Wing Hewes Award Nomination); Costumes for adobe theatre's Superpowers and Orpheus and Eurydice. New York: Costumes for Go-Go Kitty, Go!, Robin Becker Dance, Maffei Dance Company, Sal LaRussa Dance Theatre and Nicholas Andre Dance Theatre; Sets for Little Suckers (New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination). Opera: Sets for Susannah, The Consul, La Traviata, La Boheme, L'Equivico Stravagante (American premiere), Dido and Aeneas, The Merry Widow. Film: Production design for "Don't Nobody Love the Game" (featured on PBS's Independent Lens), "Katinka," "Das Kapital." International: Choephorae (World premiere, 2006 European Capital of Culture, Patras, Greece).

Meganne George recently designed costumes for the Actor's Fund Benefit performance of A Wonderful Life at the Shubert Theatre. She has also been working extensively with Mabou Mines and Lee Breuer, designing costumes for their off-Broadway productions Dollhouse (NYC, national and international tour), Red Beads, and Cara Lucia (American Theatre Wing Hewes Nomination for Costume Design). Other off-Broadway designs include Superpowers, Two Little Indians, Orpheus and Eurydice, and Macbeth. She has designed costumes for Robin Becker Dance, Maffei Dance Company, Nicholas Andrea Dance Theatre and Sal LaRussa Dance Theatre. Opera designs include scenery for La Traviata, L'Equivico Stravegante (American premiere), La Boheme, Dido and Anaes, and Susannah. She has served as the production designer on several independent short films including "Don't Nobody Love the Game," which aired on PBS's Independent Lens. Most recently, she was in Greece designing costumes for Lee Breuer's Choephorae, premiering in Patras as part of the 2006 European Capital of Culture events, and then flew off to Hong Kong and Australia for more Mabou Mines' Dollhouse.


Meganne George's Headshot
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Photo by Jeff George