Kaiser Permanente’s Educational Theater has served Southern California for 27 years. ET inspires children, teens and adults to make informed decisions about their health and build stronger communities. All programs are a free, community benefit of Kaiser Permanente. Via
During my tenure as the Wardrobe Supervisor, in addition to my regular duties as the costume department head, I redesigned costumes and costume elements for several shows, as well as doing some custom fabrication.
Drumming Up Peace
Four kids in detention learn to manage conflicts with the help of their new principal. A program for grades 3-5. Costume Design by Kara McLeod.
Jay and E and the Zig Zag Sea
Jay is a boy afraid of words. With his dog Libro, he learns to face words and love reading. A program for Kindergarten through grade 2.
Notes: Sailor costumes designed by Kara McLeod, Libro headpiece built by Kara McLeod, Jay costume designed by Ann Closs Farley, Libro costume designed by Shirley Pierson, Puppets by Jim Henson Workshop and Swazzle
I did additional work on the puppets after delivery. I modified costumes and the puppets themselves to bring down the weight and improve maneuverability for puppeteers.
The Amazing Food Detective: Game On!
Three kids and their teacher get trapped inside a computer game about healthy living choices. A program for grades 4-5
This was my re-design of AFD:GO. Several of the costume pieces incorporate LED elements that activate when the kids fall into the computer program. Wig Design and candy wrapper vest design by Shirley Pierson.