Constance Case

associate Professor, Theatre


  • M.F.A. (Technical Theatre/Costume Design), Wayne State University
  • B.A. (Communications), Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • B.A. (Theatre Arts), Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Curriculum Vitae

Ms. Case is an Associate Professor of Costume Technology and Design in the Department of Theatre and Dance. She has designed costumes, hair, wigs, and makeup for more than 50 theatrical productions and over 100 dance pieces. Her designs have been seen at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the National Archives, the Washington Opera, the Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Act 2 Playhouse, the Harmonie Park Playhouse, Albright University, Arcadia University, the Hilberry Theatre, the Michigan Opera, and Wolf Trap. Her passions include teaching, art, communication in all its forms and connecting with students. Ms. Case is thrilled to have curated the following exhibits in the John H. Baker Gallery: The Quilt: piecing together family, history, and love, The Art of Design, Creating the Character, Homeward (co-curator), Carnival of Ruin, the exhibit (co-curator) and Carnival of Ruin, the exhibit at the Chester County Art Association (co-curator). She is honored to be a judge for the prestigious Barrymore Awards.