About Florida Repertory Theatre
is thrilled to be making her design debut at Florida Rep with How the Other Half Loves. She holds a BA in Theatre Design from the University of Vermont and an MFA in Costume Design from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she designed costumes for Urinetown, Machinal, Suitors (World Premeire), David Ives’ The Liar and J.M. Barre’s Peter Pan. Selected Regional Credits include Jogging (American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge), Dames at Sea (Stoneham Theatre), SWARM (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), The Kritik and A Doll’s House (The Harbor Stage, Wellfleet), On an Average Day, Romance, The Captain’s Doll (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre, MA), The Water Project (TheatreTruck, MA), Grease (New Bedford Festival Theatre), The Wakeville Stories (Mattie May Theatre Project, Boston), Victor/Victoria, Little Women, White Christmas, Avenue Q, Damn Yankees!, Anything Goes, The Miracle Worker, 1776, Breaking Legs, It’s a Wonderful Life (Ocean State Theatre, RI), Willy Wonka (Prescott Park Arts Festival, NH), and The Duck Wife (International Canadian Fringe Festival). When she is not freelancing, Taradash is the resident Costume Designer at the Beaver Country Day School.