Bobby Brewer-Wallin, Professor of Theatre at Willamette University, designs costumes for theatre and dance. With an MFA in costume design from CalArts, he joined the faculty at Willamette University in 2000. In addition to designing costumes for all main stage productions, he teaches courses in costume design, costume history, the thesis course for theatre majors with an emphasis in solo performance, and first-year seminars called Clothing & Memory as Embodied Thought and StitchxStitch: Protest Clothing as Threads of Change.
Recent productions include The Revolutionists, A Doll’s House Part 2, Everybody, Magellanica, The Importance of Being Earnest, and A Civil War Christmas at Artists Rep, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again., Dead City, Wings of Fire, and Macbeth at Willamette University Theatre, My Case Is Altered: Tales of a Roaring Girl with Twenty-First Century Chorus, The Snowstorm at CoHo Productions, The Events at Third Rail Repertory Theatre, and Richard III and King Lear at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre.