Rebecca Frey, New York costume designer and stylist.
REBECCA FREY is a New York City-based costume designer, wardrobe stylist, and shopper. Her theatre design credits include the NYC premieres of Lawrence Dial's Hollow Log (The View Theatre/Times Square Arts Center) and Tara Meddaugh's Movements of the Wind (Katherine & Friends/The Director's Company), both directed by Kel Haney. Additional costume designs: The Crucible (Theatre of the Riverside Church, dir. Marcina Zaccaria), The Seagull (Schapiro Theatre, dir. Saheem Ali), The Wild Party (Wolfe/LaChiusa version, dir. Kent Gash, feat. Megan Hilty), Plutus, Romeo and Juliet, The Yeomen of the Guard, Crazy for You. Her burlesque costume designs have been featured at Broadway Bares, an annual benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, since 2008.

The Meredith Vieira Show (Syndicated), Comedy Central’s First Upfront (Comedy Central), Conan (TBS), VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night (VH1), Live PD (A&E), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC Universal), Late Night with Conan O'Brien (NBC Universal), Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education and Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (Comedy Central, hosted by Jon Stewart), Saturday Night Live (NBC), Royal Pains (USA), The Today Show (NBC Universal), What We Wasted Our Year On (NBC, hosted by Willie Geist), The Naked Brothers Band (Nickelodeon). Print: Golf Magazine, Entertainment Weekly ("Strike Survival Guide," Issue #975, cover feat. Conan O'Brien). Commercials: "Manifesto" (Bridgestone/Olympic Channel). Her shopping and style advice has been featured in publications including Glamour and Refinery 29, and on television on CBS New York.

Production work:
Les Miserables (Broadway, Imperial Theatre), The Metropolitan Opera, Broadway Asia International, The Maryland Arts Festival (Asst. Costume Designer, Baltimore-Washington premiere of Side Show, dir. Tom Kosis), West Virginia Public Theatre, Our Shoes Are Red, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. She has also completed a one-year internship with Curtain Call Costumes/Tighe Industries, Inc. (now Perform Group LLC), a major force in the world of dance costumes and gymnastics apparel. Her costume designs were displayed at Ming's Clambake at Lincoln Center in 2005.

Rebecca holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from
Towson University, and an M.F.A. in Costume Design from the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local #829 and Theatrical Wardrobe Union Local #764, the two principal unions representing costumers in New York City.

Rebecca is also a licensed NYC sightseeing guide with specific expertise in the history of the city’s garment and retail industries. She founded Seek New York LLC, a New York city-based shopping and fashion history tour company, which she ran from 2011-2017.

In her free time Rebecca enjoys gardening, cooking, and baking. She is a graduate of the Ecole Chocolat Professional Chocolatier Program, and maintains a food blog,
Baste Cut Fold, which combines her loves of costumes and confections! You can also follow her foodie adventures on social media: @bastecutfold.

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