Sydney Gallas – Costume Designer
SYDNEY GALLAS (Costume Designer) is a New York based Costume Designer. She holds an M.F.A. in Costume Design from the Yale School of Drama where she designed the costumes for Peerless, Macbeth, Don Juan, and Deer and the Lovers .
Her design credits include The Hotel Nepenthe, We Fight We Die (Yale Cabaret); Bastianello and Lucrezia (Urban Arias); Macbeth for iBook (New Book Press); Leave the Balcony Open (New Feet Productions); As You Like It, Fefu and Her Friends, The Tempest (The New School); Ivanov, The Ghost Sonata (Columbia University); Future Anxiety (#serials@theflea, The Flea); After Robert Hutchens, When the Tanks Break, A Map of Virtue (Williamstown Theater Festival); and The Orpheus Variations (Deconstructive Theatre Project; The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival).
She has assisted notable and award winning costume designers including Gregg Barnes, Gabriel Berry, David Farley, Jane Greenwood, Susan Hilferty, and Ann Hould-Ward at respected institutions such as Williamstown Theater Festival, The Public Theater, and New York City Opera.
Sydney is the co-creator of The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll, a new play produced at Boston Court in Pasadena in 2015.
She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and Playwrights Horizons Theatre School.
At Yale, she was the recipient of the Donald and Zorka Oenslager Scholarship in Stage Design and awarded the Jay and Rhonda Keene Prize for Costume Design.
Sydney is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829.
Congrats to Costume Designer SYDNEY GALLAS for her work on the luminous, “affecting” HUNDRED DAYS, infused with a “slithery ominousness” that “takes you places you don’t expect to go” – check out the NYT review of this celebration of romance turned “haunting meditation on mortality,” part of the Public Theater’s UNDER THE RADAR Festival.
Check out the New York Times Review: What if ‘Until Death Do Us Part’ Means a ‘Hundred Days’? Photo credit: Sara Krulwich for the New York Times