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Robbie Stanton

Costume Studio Supervisor/Costume Designer

M.F.A. Indiana University, 1983
B.A. University of Rhode Island, 1980
B.S. University of Rhode Island, 1979

stantonr@indiana.edu


Robbie Stanton is the costume studio supervisor for all Theatre and Drama Center and Brown County Playhouse productions. Most recently, Robbie designed the costumes for the IU Department of Theatre and Drama productions of Sweet Charity, Moon for the Misbegotten, Noises Off and Parade. He has also designed the IU productions of The Misanthrope, Woyzeck, Guys and Dolls, Hurlyburly, Anything Goes, Twelfth Night, Pippin, Brigadoon, Nine, The Sixth Borough, and IU Broadway Cabaret tour to mention a few. He has previously designed costumes for the Brown County Playhouse productions of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown; Not Now, Darling; Deathtrap; Barefoot in the Park; A Tuna Christmas; The Rainmaker; The Mousetrap; Lend Me a Tenor; Tintypes; Picnic; Born Yesterday and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Pump Boys and Dinettes and countless others.

In addition to the university, outside designs include Marisol, Goodnight Desdemona, The Cocktail Hour, Visiting Mr. Green, and three years with the Star of Indiana’s Brass Theatre. Robbie has also worked as a dyer for such theatres as the Old Globe Theatre and Lajolla Playhouse. As a member of I.A.T.S.E local 893, Robbie has enjoyed working on many national tours both doing wardrobe and hair.