Alex Wren Meadows
Alex has designed costumes for numerous
TimeLine productions, including PARADISE LOST, THE GENERAL FROM AMERICA (Non-Equity Jeff Award nomination - Costume Design), GUANTANAMO: HONOR BOUND TO DEFEND FREEDOM, COPENHAGEN,
HANNAH AND MARTIN, IT'S ALL TRUE and PARAGON SPRINGS.
He also is the costume shop manager/instructor for Loyola University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts. He has an MFA degree in costume design from the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem and a BA degree in theater with concentration in costumes from the University of North Carolina, Asheville. His recent design credits for Loyola include WAITING FOR GODOT, THE LARAMIE PROJECT, CHICAGO, DEATH OF A SALESMAN and ASSASSINS.
He has designed costumes for various Chicago-area theaters, including A KIND ASYLUM, SLEUTH, THE LADY FROM DUBUQUE, FIVE ROOMS OF FURNITURE, THE LAST SEDER, THE SUBSTANCE OF FIRE and OF MICE AND MEN at Organic; A GOING CONCERN at Famous Door; and THE BATTING CAGE and COYOTE ON A FENCE at Shattered Globe. He also designed OKLAHOMA, CAROUSEL, LIFE WITH FATHER, PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE and WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? at the Monomoy Theatre in Chatham, Mass., and MACBETH at Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. Alex was assistant costume designer at Goodman Theatre from 2000-2005.
updated October 2008