Julie I. Douglass

Costume Coordinator / Lecturer, Costume History, Design & Construction

Office: FAB 101   |    Phone: (308) 865-8919   |    Email: douglassj28@unk.edu

Julie I. Douglass

Biography

Julie Douglass holds an MFA in Costume Design and Technology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  As a Hixson-Lied Graduate Fellow, she was the first to design costumes for Agravio: Courage, Betrayal, and a Woman Scorned for which she received a Certificate of Merit from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

After graduating with her MFA, Julie spent three years as a Visiting Artist in Costume Design at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, where she served as head of the BA program in Costume Design.  While at Stephens, Julie designed for several productions including Into the Woods, Anything Goes, and Cabaret.  As part of the production team for Cabaret, she received a KCACTF Commendation for Achievement in Artistic Vision.

Douglass has a diverse theatrical background including roles as costume designer, music director, accompanist, pit orchestra member, properties master, and actor for many theatre companies including Lincoln Community Playhouse, Pinewood Bowl, Flatwater Shakespeare Company, and Belvoir Terrace Summer Camp for Girls in Lenox, Massachusetts.  In addition to over fifty stage productions, Julie's costume design credits also include the short film, Digs, produced by the Johnny Carson School for Theatre & Film, as well as three music videos for a local musician.


Courses Taught

THEA 120        Introduction to the Theatre
THEA 121        Completing the Look:  The Art of Costuming
THEA 188        Why We Wear Clothes - The History of European Dress
THEA 240        Stage Makeup
THEA 241        Introduction to Costume Technology
THEA 419        Costume Design