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Sam Fleming    -Biography-
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"This one is going to be like doing a Shakespeare history, where you need to keep the groups defined."
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Sam Fleming | Susan Graham | Jake Heggie | Lotfi Mansouri | Terrence McNally | John Packard | Patrick Summers | Frederica von Stade | Michael Yeargan
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Sam Fleming
Sam Fleming's costume designs have been seen at theaters across the country, including the Alley Theatre in Houston, Atlanta's Alliance Theater Company, the Hartford Stage, Denver Center Theatre, Buffalo Studio Arena, Center Stage in Baltimore, StageWest in Springfield, Mass., Houston Opera Studio, Skylight Opera Theatre, Texas Opera Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Georgia Shakespeare Festival and Berkeley Repertory Theatre (Craig Lucas's award-winning Reckless). She designed more than 50 productions for Milwaukee Repertory Theater during her 14 years with the company. Fleming received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for her designs for the Dr. Seuss inspired A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Westwood Playhouse. Off-Broadway, she has worked with the Manhattan Class Company and the Womens' Project at American Place Theatre. In the commercial side of the industry, she is the associate costume designer for The Phantom of the Opera. Next year she will join the faculty at her alma mater, Temple University, to teach costume design in the MFA program.

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