Dianne K. Graebner

Dianne K. Graebner (Costume Designer, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris) received her MFA in costume and set design from Rutgers University. She designed in the New York/New Jersey area for a few years before returning to her native Southern California. She is a member of Circle X Theatre Company, for whom she has designed Lascivious Something, Brothers Karamazov (Ovation nomination), Eurydice, The Flu Season, and Battle Hymn

Other favorite local credits include Dogeaters and Clay at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, the beginning and ending weekends for 365 Days/365 Plays for Center Theatre Group, The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World at the Ford, The Sequence at The Theatre @ Boston Court, and Children of a Lesser God and A Streetcar Named Desire at Deaf West Theatre. 

She has been on staff at Center Theatre Group for the last 11 years and has designed there as well as her position as Milliner and Crafts supervisor. She is delighted to be working with Jon Rivera again. 

April, 2010