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Mathew J. LeFebvre

Costume Designer USA Local 829


At the Guthrie: When We Are Married, After 100 Years, 1776, The Constant Wife, She Loves Me, The Night of the Iguana, Pride and Prejudice, To Fool the Eye, The Plough and the Stars, The School for Scandal, The Importance of Being Earnest, Blue/Orange, Wintertime, Merrily We Roll Along, Mr. Peters’ Connections, Sweeney Todd, Gross Indecency

Off Broadway: Signature Theatre Company: Two Trains Running; New York Theatre Workshop : Bach at Leipzig

Other Theater: Milwaukee Repertory Theatre: Mirandolina, Enchanted April, Cyrano de Bergerac, Tartuffe, A Flea in Her Ear, Bach at Leipzig; Kansas City Repertory Theatre:Radio Golf, Jitney, A Raisin In The Sun, Two Trains Running; American Players Theatre: Love’s Labor’s Lost, Ring Round the Moon; The Geffen Playhouse: The Cripple of Inishmaan; The Children’s Theatre Company: The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes (scenery and costume design); The Minnesota Opera: The Magic Flute (1991 national tour); Penumbra Theatre: Fences, Gem of The Ocean (scenery and costume design), Red Shirts, Get Ready, On the Open Road, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Someplace Soft to Fall, Jitney; Park Square Theatre: The Waiting Room, Romeo and Juliet. Other credits include: The Acting Company, The Arizona Theatre Company, The Acting Company,The Joyce, New York: Shapiro and Smith Dance;Theatre de la Jeune Lune; Great American History Theatre; The Hampton Playhouse; The Cricket Theatre

Teaching: Professor and head of the Design/Tech program at the University of Minnesota

"The Guthrie is firing on all cylinders here, (with) Mathew LeFebvre's outrageously loopy costumes."
-Erin Hart, , Twin Cities Sidewalk review of TO FOOL THE EYE.

"The costumes by Mathew J. LeFebvre are terrific" -Charles Isherwood, New York Times review of BACH AT LEIPZIG

"Adding a further sense of authenticity were the costumes by Mathew J. LeFebvre, who made ill-fitting suits, frumpy clothes, and bright dandy outfits for characters who took to the clothing as though they had never worn anything else."

-Kathleen Allen, Arizona Daily Star review of JITNEY

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