STEVEN M. ROTRAMEL (COSTUME DESIGNER) is receiving his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. While in residence at YSD he designed costumes for the world premiers of Sheila Callaghan’s Elevada (Yale Repertory Theatre) & Hansol Jung’s Cardboard Piano (Carlotta Festival). Other Credits include, Platonov (Yale School of Drama) Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them, Map of Virtue, We Are Proud to Present…, Middletown (Yale Summer Cabaret), American Gothic, Bound to Burn, The Twins Would Like To Say (Yale Cabaret), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Openstage Theatre Company), Always… Patsy Cline, Romance/Romance (Snowy Range Summer Theatre). Steven is also a highly skilled dressmaker having sewn on over 50 productions, including work at the Glimmerglass Festival for four seasons as well as teaching at the University of Wyoming as the costume shop director.
Elevada, World Premier at Yale Repertory Theatre. Written by Sheila Callaghan, Directed by Jackson Gay, Costume Design by Steven M. Rotramel, Set Design by Kurtis Boetcher, Lighting Design by, Tyler Micoleau, Projection Design by, Shawn Boyle, Sound Design by Kate Marvin. Photo by Carol Rosegg
Platonov, at the Yale School of Drama. Written by Anton Chekhov, Directed by Joan MacIntosh, Costume Design by Steven M. Rotramel, Set Design by Brian Dudkiewicz, Lighting Design by Christopher Ash, Sound Design by Annie Yinn. Photo by Christopher Ash
Cardboard Piano, World Premiere part of the Carlotta Festival of New Plays at the Yale School of Drama. Written by Hansol Jung, Directed by Cole Lewis, Costume Design by Steven M. Rotramel, Set Design by Jungah Han, Lighting Design by Joey Moro, Sound Design by Brian Hickey. Photo by T. Charles Erickson
Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them, at the Yale Summer Cabaret. Written by Christopher Durang, Directed by Jessica Holt, Costume Design by Steven M. Rotramel, Set Design by Alexander Woodward, Lighting Design by Andrew Griffin, Sound Design by Kate Marvin. Photo by Christopher Ash.