Yoon Bae designed the costumes for Arizona Theatre Company’s productions of The Importance of Being Earnest and Jane Austen’s Emma and the sets for The Sunshine Boys, Earnest and The Great Gatsby.
International highlights include costume designs for Don Giovanni at Welsh National Opera and set designs for Bernstein’s Candide at the Imperial Theatre, Tokyo (both directed by John Caird); Three Thousand Troubled Threads for Edinburgh International Festival; Music in My Heart, The Full Monty and Closer in Seoul.
Other productions include the Bay Area premiere of Disconnect at San Jose Repertory Theatre; Running The Silk Road at BITE Festival at the Barbican, London; Private Lives, Vassa Zheleznova, The Meeting, The Baltimore Waltz, Not About Heroes, the world premiere of Howard Barker’s Wounds to the Face, Arthur Smith’s Live Bed Show and Picasso’s Women for London’s West End (starring Jerry Hall & Susannah York).
Ms. Bae has worked closely with John Napier including Trevor Nunn’s Gone with the Wind (New London Theatre, West End); Birdsong (West End); Skellig (The Young Vic); and Equus (West End, starring Daniel Radcliffe).
Ms. Bae studied Theatre Design at Central School of Speech & Drama, and has an MA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art at University College London. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local USA 829.