Purgatory in Ingolstadt by Marieluise Fleisser | Directed by Marina McClure | CalArts School of Theater | Photo by Scott Groller
Baal by Bertolt Brecht | Directed and Designed by Kate Fry | Performance by Emma Zakes Green
Costume Rendering by Kate Fry | Purgatory in Ingolstadt by Marieluise Fleisser
Itinerant Dance Orchestra | Directed by Ivy Flores | Choreography by Daniel Charon | CalArts | Photo by Amanda Jane Shank
Kate Fry is a costume designer for theater, film and dance. Born at the intersection of Scandinavian style and New York chutzpah, her work seeks to explore clothing as poetry. She was recently selected to participate in the Design Wing of the Great Plains Theatre Conference and was part of a juried educational initiative with Walt Disney Imagineering. Kate’s designs for theater and dance have been shown at REDCAT, Highways, CalArts, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the American Place Theatre, and internationally at the Prague Quadrennial. Her film work includes Miracle Maker and Pearl Was Here in addition to working on numerous films and the Broadway premiere of The Book of Mormon for designer Ann Roth. She has also served as a costume assistant to Scott Pask and as an apprentice at the Danish Royal Theater in Copenhagen. Kate received her MFA in costume design at California Institute of the Arts.