Leah Mazur

MFA Student
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Primary office:
Murphy Hall
Room #501


B. A. in Theatrical Design from Cameron University

Leah is a third year M.F.A. in Scenography and teaches the stage makeup class. She earned her B.A. in theatre design from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.

Before beginning design, Leah started in performance with roles in W;tMy Children! My Africa!The Drowsy Chaperone, and Macbeth. Utilizing her knowledge of performance, Leah works to model her designs around the experience of the actors on stage to help create a cohesive and seamless experience for audience members.

KU University Theatre projects include assistant costume design for Tovarich (2014),costume designs for A Raisin in the Sun (2015), and A Doll's House (2016) for which she took home the regional design excellence award from ACTF. Leah also designed lights and costumes for Kansas Repertory Theatre's production of Angel Street (2016), and has worked with Spinning Tree Theatre and The Unicorn in Kansas City, designing costumes for Amadeus and Hand to God, respectively.

Upcoming projects will include the scenographic design for R. U. R. 

 


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