Kaitlin has specialized in designing shows from very little. Often working within a limited budget, she has managed to create whimsical, specific and functional costumes that she is very proud of. She loves colour stories and they feature prominently in her designs.
Next up she is designing The Game of Love and Chance for SAMC Theatre at Trinity Western University.
Email Kaitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss a design project.
The Game of Love and Chance - SAMC Theatre
Bar Mitzvah Boy - Pacific Theatre
"I wouldn’t necessarily expect to mention the costuming in a contemporary two-hander, but Kaitlin Williams’s designs were exactly right. Joey the divorce lawyer wears a tired-looking suit with a too-wide tie, while the rabbi is a kind of bohemian soccer mom in her tunic tops and flowered prayer shawl." - Darren Braefoot, The Georgia Straight
The Lonesome West - Cave Canem Jessie Richardson Nominee - Outstanding Production, Large Theatre
Smash - SAMC Theatre
The Fighting Season - Bleeding Heart Theatre
The Diary of Anne Frank - SAMC Theatre
The Out Vigil - Twenty Something Theatre
BULL - Tremors Fest, Rumble Theatre
"Thomas, appears in a rumpled washed out jacket, wrinkled slacks and worn shoes and is nervous.It is hard to decide if clothes make the man, or woman, but if they do, Tony is the man in the distinguished black designer suit, crisp white shirt, perfect tie, and shoes so shiny you could use them as a mirror. He is tall and walks with authority. Lucy wears a fashionably tight, short dress, with a matching black jacket, tights and black heels. She, too, struts and and walks with confidence." - Sylvia Ritchard, My Van City
Stationary: A Recession Era Musical - Delinquent Theatre Jessie Richardson Award - Outstanding Musical Theatre Production