Senior Costume Designer
Jenny McNee joined the ASC in 2002 after studying in Richmond, Charlottesville, and Edinburgh, Scotland. She has designed and built nearly 100 shows (60 resident and touring shows, 35 holiday season shows) for the American Shakespeare Center, including Equivocation (with Tory Depew); Sense and Sensibility; Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!); Henry VI, Part 3; and Peter and the Starcatcher in the 2017/18 Artistic Year. She has also collaborated with actors on more than 50 Actors’ Renaissance Season shows.
Other design work:
Our American Ann Sisters, Performer’s Exchange Project (‘09); 1681 Nahum Tate’s The History of King Lear, The Hidden Room Theatre (‘15); Big Love, Randolph College (‘17); Dr. Paul Menzer’s new play, Robin Hood is Dead (’17); Much Ado about Nothing (‘15), The Winter’s Tale (‘15), Macbeth (‘16), Henry IV, Part 1 design collaboration (‘18), Mary Baldwin University’s Shakespeare and Performance, Booth’s Richard III (’18), Hidden Room Theatre/Ransom Center
Winner of the 2015-2016 Austin Critics’ Table Best Costume Design, 2015-2016 B. Iden Payne for Outstanding Costume Design, and the 2018 B. Iden Payne for Outstanding Costume Design for Booth’s Richard III.