Kristine Doiel has designed and constructed costumes for 40 theater and dance productions in Central and Southern California. Notable work includes designing costumes for “Mary Poppins” and “All My Sons” for Sierra Repertory Theater; “Macbeth” and “Twelfth Night” for CSU Stanislaus’ Shakespeare under the Stars; “The Cocoanuts” for Skylight Opera Theater in Milwaukee and “The Rivals” for Ensemble Theater in Santa Barbara.  Ms. Doiel has also worked for the LA Opera as assistant costume director and for Long Beach Opera as costume director. Currently earning her MFA at UC Davis, Kristine has designed costumes for multiple talented guest artists in the theater department. These projects include designing costumes for newly devised works with NYC choreographer John Jaspers and with director Greg Pierotti, associate writer of “The Laramie Project”. Kristine is also collaborating with UD Davis theater professor Margaret Laurena Kemp fabricating a unique costume made of plastic sheeting. Additional designs include “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play” and a contemporary re-staging of “The Trojan Women”.  Awards include the UC Davis Provost’s Fellowship in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; the Princess Grace Foundation Theater Grant; and the Dramalogue Award for costume design for The Rivals at Ensemble Theater in Santa Barbara.

Working on "All My Sons" at Sierra Repertory Theater

Working on "All My Sons" at Sierra Repertory Theater