Sarah Le Feber
Adjunct Instructor in Theatre Design
Sarah's Costume Designs
- University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA, MFA in Costume Design 2006
- Middlebury College, Middlebury VT, B.A. in Studio Art and Psychology, 2003
Sarah is a recent addition to Concordia's theatre program, teaching classes on costume design and period styles of design for all disciplines. She also designs costumes for some of Concordia's mainstage productions, and especially enjoys involving students in that process. She recently taught a marker rendering workshop as part of a design symposium at her Alma Mater, Middlebury College, and while she was a student at UCLA she was a teaching assistant for a couple of undergraduate costume design classes.
Sarah grew up down the street from Concordia University in Mequon WI, and after studying and working on the East Coast, the Midwest, and eventually in the Los Angeles area, she feels blessed to be a part of Concordia's growing theatre program in Irvine. In addition to teaching, Sarah designs costumes for independent films and theater productions on and off campus. Recent theater credits include Metamorphoses and Paper Wings at CUI, Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol at the Chance Theater in Anaheim Hills, Les Mizery at Pasadena's G.A.T.E. Summer Musical Theatre Program, Plastic Crystal at the Open Fist Theatre in Hollywood, Twelfth Night at Fullerton's Muckenthaler Cultural Center, True West at the Promenade Playhouse in Santa Monica, and Love's Labours Lost at The Actor's Gang in Culver City, for which the LA Times called her "sublimely gifted in the art of minimalist fantasy."