Sarah Tonemah

Costume Technician
Theatre
Costume Studio

s.p.tonemah@tcu.edu | 817-257-7627

Education

BFA, Fashion Design, Moore College of Art & Design

Areas of Focus

Sarah came to TCU in 2013, and is responsible for patterning, draping and cutting all garments and supervising the construction, fitting and repair of all costumes for each production.

Sarah has been the resident costume designer at Circle Theatre in Fort Worth Texas since 2014. In addition to her work at TCU, she works locally as a cutter and stitcher, most recently at Casa Manana and the Trinity Shakespeare Festival. Has designed for productions at WaterTower Theatre, Cactus Theatre in Lubbock, Wichita Theatre and Opera House and the Backdoor Theatre both in Wichita Falls. Sarah spends her summers as a sewing instructor at The Hockaday School in Dallas, Urban Spools in Dallas, The Forum in Wichita Falls and as art instructor at Van Grow: Art Studio for Kids in Fort Worth. In the past she has taught classes at CityCraft, Dallas whose classes were nominated multiple times for a Best of Big D award, ‘Best Kids Art Classes.’ And spent a summer as a fiber arts instructor for TCU’s Art Adventure camp.

2017 Column Award Nominee For Best Original Costume Design of a Play- Equity

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