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Love's Labor's Lost

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at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

by William Shakespeare
directed by Marti Maraden

Christina Poddubiuk

Costume Designer

Christina Poddubiuk returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where her credits include Much Ado About Nothing and Othello. She designs this season’s production of Romeo and Juliet at Canada’s Stratford Festival, where she has designed eighteen productions, including: John Gabriel Borkman, Phèdre, All’s Well That Ends Well and Hamlet. Designs for the Shaw Festival include: Pygmalion, Faith Healer, Come Back Little Sheba, On the Rocks and A Moon for the Misbegotten. Other recent designs include: The Audience (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and Mirvish Productions, Toronto); The Light in the Piazza (Theatre Calgary); Don Quichotte (Canadian Opera Company); Lucia di Lammermoor, Tosca, Capriccio (Pacific Opera Victoria); Romeo and Juliet (Denver Center Theatre); Venus in Fur, A Tender Thing (Belfry Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (NAC); as well as many productions for Soulpepper Theatre in Toronto, including Don Carlos and The Misanthrope. Ms. Poddubiuk is a graduate of McGill University and the National Theatre School of Canada.

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