Elizabeth Caitlin Ward
Elizabeth Caitlin Ward makes her opera debut with Seattle Opera’s Mourning Becomes Electra. She has a close association with Bartlett Sher, having designed costumes for more than ten of his productions. Their collaborations include Don Juan at Theatre for a New Audience in New York, Homebody/Kabul for Intiman Theatre, Many Colors Make the Thunderking at New York School for the Arts, The Tales of Washington Irving at Portland Stage Company, and Cymbeline at the Royal Shakespeare Company, for which Ward won the 2002 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Costume Design. Ward’s costumes have been seen at many regional, New York, and international theaters. Film credits for Ward include the independent films About Abo and The Quiet Hour. She also designed costumes for Grand Marnier’s Marquise en Chocolat for the 5th Annual Chocolate Show in New York and Paris. Upcoming engagements include designing costumes for Pericles for the Brooklyn Academy of Music.