MFA Students

MFA Costume Design

Natalya Kolosowsky

Design MFA Student, pursuing graduate certificate in New Media and Culture; BFA in Visual Communication/Illustration (summa cum laude, with honors), BS in Psychology (summa cum laude), University of Arizona, 2009

2012-2013 GTF Teaching Assignments: Theatre Production and Lab

Research Interests: interdisciplinary research, performance art, costume and identity, mask-making, experimental puppetry, new media, circus arts, myth, magic, science, social ritual, technology, physical theater, art/science collaborations

Awards, Accomplishments, Professional Memberships:
Visual art has been exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Arizona, Italy, Germany; illustration work selected for the 2008 American Society of Illustrators Student Competition and has appeared in magazines in the U.S. and abroad; Founder and Creative Director of the Anatomia Dance Collective; 16 years of classical dance training, as well as experience with circus arts and physical theater; research background includes working with Jeff Greenberg at the University of Arizona Existential Social Psychology lab, as well as outreach coordinator duties at a PTSD neuroscience lab at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Recent Production Credits:
Costume Design- Creature with University Theatre, 2013; Urban Myth with San Francisco’s City Circus, 2012; Flam Chen Pyrotechnic Theatre, Memoirs of a Robot Girl with Anna and the Annadroids, 2011; Rusalki with the AnaTomia Dance Collective, 2009-2010

MFA Scene and Lighting Design

Jamie Nathan

 MFA; BA in Theatre Arts from Eastern Washington University, 2003.
2013-14 GTF Teaching Assignments: Scene Shop Supervisor
Recent Production Credits:
Set Designer and Lighting Designer- Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged!, Much Ado About Nothing, The Mousetrap, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Scapino!
2013-2014 Design Assignments: Master Electrician for Landscape of the Body, and Scene Designer for Alice in Wonderland.

Michael Walker

MFA Student

2012-2013 GTF Teaching Assignments: Theatre Production and Lab

Research Interests: scenic and lighting design

Recent Production Credits:
Scenic Design and Construction: Arsenic and Old Lace, Rent, 2012; Communicating Doors, A Thousand Cranes, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Godspell, 2011-12