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     Courtney Foxworthy received her M.F.A. in Costume Design in 2018 from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She received her B.A. from Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA where she graduated Cum Laude with an emphasis in both costume and scenic design with a strong focus on scenic painting. Courtney has also earned an A.A. degree from Green River College in Auburn, WA with an emphasis in theater. Courtney has continued her education overseas by participating in two study abroad programs. She studied costumes and character in Theatre in London, England with Indiana University and IES (2016), and Culture, History, and Biology, in both Melbourne, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand with Green River College (2011)

      Previous costume design credits include: City of AngelsPeter and the StarcatcherThe TempestVanya & Sonia & Masha & SpikeAntigone, and Berserker: a new work (Indiana University) Grease, Million Dollar Quartet, Disney's Mary PoppinsDisney’s Tarzan, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Fort Peck Summer Theatre) Legally Blonde: The Musical (Western Washington University). Other credits include: Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 scenic painting intern, scenic painter for: Last of the Red Hot Lovers, The Hound of the Baskervilles, & The Fantasticks (New Harmony Theatre) and scenic charge artist for: A Midsummer Night’s Dream the opera, In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play (Western Washington University).

      Courtney is the recipient of USITT's 2018 Zelma H. Weisfeld Costume Design and Technology award, SETC's 2017 3rd place in Graduate Costume Design award for The Tempest, Indiana University's 2017 Jay Mark award, CFPA's Annual Scholarship for Oregon Shakespeare Festival's F.A.I.R. program (2015), The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival's Meritorious Achievement Award: Certificate of Merit for her costume design of Legally Blonde: The Musical (2014), & the Margaret Green Siegley Scholarship at Western Washington University (2013).

USITT's Zelma H. Wisefeld Costume  Design and Technology award  

2018 

Courtney Foxworthy and her presenter Sylvia Hillyard Pannell