Emily Dix has done costume, prop and set design for the majority of Bygone Theatre's productions, as well as freelance design work in Toronto. She has taken Prop Food and Millinery Courses from Stratford Off The Wall, and was previously employed as the Production Assistant for the costume department at Poculi Ludique Societas.

STAGE DESIGN CREDITS

Something For The Buoys: Set, Props & Costumes: Sapling Theatre / Bygone Theatre, 2019

False Claims: Set, Props & Costumes: The False Claims Collective, 2019

The Rear Window: Set, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre/The Rear Window Collective, 2019

Loot: Set, Props & Costumes: The Loot Collective / Bygone Theatre, 2018

His Girl Friday: Set, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2017

Vaudeville Revue: Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2016

Wait Until Dark: Set, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2016

Kill Sister, Kill! A Musical: Props: Bygone Theatre/ Kid Switchblade Productions, 2015

Rope: Set Dressing, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2014

Fulgens & Lucres: Costume Assistant: Poculi Ludique Societas, 2014

Dial M For Murder: Set Dressing, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2013

Doubt: A Parable: Set Dressing, Props & Costumes: Bygone Theatre, 2013

Children Don't Cry: Props & Costumes: Newborn Theatre Odds and Ends Festival, 2012

Sundance: Costumes: Two Wolves Theatre, 2012

Hairspray: Set Dressing, Props & Costumes: St. Michael's College, 2010

Arsenic and Old Lace: Set Dressing, Props & Costumes: Victoria College Drama Society, 2010

City of Angels: Costumes: Victoria College Drama Society, 2009

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Under director and costume designer Emily Dix, the visual details (in Rope)...are generally understated but impressive."

— NOW Magazine, Jon Kaplan

THE REAR WINDOW

Produced by Bygone Theatre

March 2019, Theatre Passe Muraille

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