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Jazmine Carroll Costume Designer

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About Jazmine

Co-founder and Costumer for The Rude Mechanicals Theatre Ensemble since 2011.

Involved with The Edge Ensemble 2001-2012. Costumer from 2009-2012.

Creates garments for re-enactors.

Teaches costume design and construction year round through MoCo Arts.

Studied costume design and theater at Bennington College, 2005-2009.


Costumer for Moco Arts since 2009

Teacher at Creative Arts at Keene summer camp since 2002. Costumer since 2006

Costumed for Vermont Theater Company  2014.

Costumed “Sex Tapes for Seniors” in San Francisco in 2010.

Corset building experience as well as other historical undergarments.  



. This has been a great opportunity to become familiar with lots of musicals, to gain experience dealing with large casts, and to work with the particular needs of dancer's costumes.


I also costume and perform with The Edge Ensemble. I became involved with this group when I was 15 as a stage manager. I became their costumer August 2009 when they suddenly needed one a week before their opening of Road to Mecca. ( Deja vu, any one?) I sometimes perform with them as well. The small casts of most of their plays are a nice contrast to the large musicals put on by MoCo Arts--though I will admit, the Scottish Tragedy left me a little winded. The Edge has also given me a strong design team to collaborate with, something I value very highly.


I created this website to have an easy way to show people what I've done, and forge new connections. I hope you enjoy it.


 College, where I was encouraged to study all aspects of theater--acting, directing, costuming, lighting, etc. I found myself focusing more and more on the costuming. I created three fashion shows while there, all with very "theatrical" concepts. I designed for various student dance and theater pieces, and the faculty directed production of Dido and Aeneas. I started teaching costuming at MoCo's summer arts camp, CAKE.

I have had an interest in theater since first taking a class at MoCo Arts (then the Moving Company Dance Center,) the summer before fourth grade. I had started sewing at the age of six, under the guidance of my grandmother. It was only a matter of time before I realized that these two interests could become one.


I went to Bennington College, where I was encouraged to study all aspects of theater--acting, directing, costuming, lighting, etc. I found myself focusing more and more on the costuming. I created three fashion shows while there, all with very "theatrical" concepts. I designed for various student dance and theater pieces, and the faculty directed production of Dido and Aeneas. I started teaching costuming at MoCo's summer arts camp, CAKE.


In my senior year, MoCo's costume designer quit and I was called in to take over eleven days before their performance of West Side Story. This led to my becoming Moco Arts' costumer year-round in January 2009, six months before I graduated. I now costume all their dance and theatrical performances. This has been a great opportunity to become familiar with lots of musicals, to gain experience dealing with large casts, and to work with the particular needs of dancer's costumes.


I also costume and perform with The Edge Ensemble. I became involved with this group when I was 15 as a stage manager. I became their costumer August 2009 when they suddenly needed one a week before their opening of Road to Mecca. ( Deja vu, any one?) I sometimes perform with them as well. The small casts of most of their plays are a nice contrast to the large musicals put on by MoCo Arts--though I will admit, the Scottish Tragedy left me a little winded. The Edge has also given me a strong design team to collaborate with, something I value very highly.


I created this website to have an easy way to show people what I've done, and forge new connections. I hope you enjoy it.



In my senior year, MoCo's costume designer quit and I was called in to take over eleven days before their performance of West Side Story. This led to my becoming Moco Arts' costumer year-round in January 2009, six months before I graduated. I now costume all their dance and theatrical performances. This has been a great opportunity to become familiar with lots of musicals, to gain experience dealing with large casts, and to work with the particular needs of dancer's costumes.


I also costume and perform with The Edge Ensemble. I became involved with this group when I was 15 as a stage manager. I became their costumer August 2009 when they suddenly needed one a week before their opening of Road to Mecca. ( Deja vu, any one?) I sometimes perform with them as well. The small casts of most of their plays are a nice contrast to the large musicals put on by MoCo Arts--though I will admit, the Scottish Tragedy left me a little winded. The Edge has also given me a strong design team to collaborate with, something I value very highly.


I created this website to have an easy way to show people what I've done, and forge new connections. I hope you enjoy it.


 class at MoCo Arts (then the Moving Company Dance Center,) the summer before fourth grade. I had started sewing at the age of six, under the guidance of my grandmother. It was only a matter of time before I realized that these two interests could become one.


I went to Bennington College, where I was encouraged to study all aspects of theater--acting, directing, costuming, lighting, etc. I found myself focusing more and more on the costuming. I created three fashion shows while there, all with very "theatrical" concepts. I designed for various student dance and theater pieces, and the faculty directed production of Dido and Aeneas. I started teaching costuming at MoCo's summer arts camp, CAKE.


In my senior year, MoCo's costume designer quit and I was called in to take over eleven days before their performance of West Side Story. This led to my becoming Moco Arts' costumer year-round in January 2009, six months before I graduated. I now costume all their dance and theatrical performances. This has been a great opportunity to become familiar with lots of musicals, to gain experience dealing with large casts, and to work with the particular needs of dancer's costumes.


I also costume and perform with The Edge Ensemble. I became involved with this group when I was 15 as a stage manager. I became their costumer August 2009 when they suddenly needed one a week before their opening of Road to Mecca. ( Deja vu, any one?) I sometimes perform with them as well. The small casts of most of their plays are a nice contrast to the large musicals put on by MoCo Arts--though I will admit, the Scottish Tragedy left me a little winded. The Edge has also given me a strong design team to collaborate with, something I value very highly.


I created this website to have an easy way to show people what I've done, and forge new connections. I hope you enjoy it.


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