Nan Cibula-Jenkins biography
At Writers Theatre: The Old Settler
In Chicago, she has designed such productions as American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross, Top Dog/ Underdog, The Dresser (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Troillus and Cressida, The Tempest, Anthony and Cleopatra (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The Glass Menagerie, The Piano, The Misanthrope (Court Theatre), The Goat, Wit, Dinner With Friends, Arcadia, Boy Gets Girl, Riverview and All the Rage (Goodman Theatre). Regional credits include costume designs at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Arena Stage, McCarter Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Hartford Stage Company, Dallas Theatre Center, Alley Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Public Theatre, ACT Seattle, Manhattan Theatre Club and the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. She was the original costume designer for the American premiere of Glengarry Glen Ross at Goodman Theatre and she also designed the original Broadway and tour productions of Glengarry Glen Ross and Speed the Plow.
Among her film credits include David Mamet’s House of Games, Things Change and Homicide. Cibula-Jenkins is a recipient of the Michael Merritt Award for Design and Collaboration, and she has been a recipient of the Hollywood Drama-Logue Critics Award and the Joseph Jefferson Award for Costume Design. She is the head of the Costume Design program at The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago.
[Bio as of February 2010]