Amber Marisa Cook
Amber Marisa Cook (she/her) is a costume and scenic designer. She is currently the Coordinator of Design and Technology and Associate Professor of Design for the Dobbins Conservatory at Southeast MO State University.
Along with Williamston Theatre, Amber's regional design credits include The New York Musical Festival (NYMF), Manhattan Repertory Theatre (NYC), The Black Hills Playhouse (SD), The Ohio Light Opera (OH), McLeod Summer Playhouse (IL), North Dakota Shakespeare Festival (ND), Oak Ridge Playhouse (KY), The Performance Network, Tipping Point Theatre, Flint Youth Theatre (MI), and many academic institutions. In addition, she has worked as a design assistant/technician Off-Broadway and around the country, including stitching costumes for the Tony Award winning The King and I at Lincoln Center Theatre.
Amber holds an MFA in Production Design from the Department of Theatre at Michigan State University, is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local 829, Southeast Theatre Conference (SETC) and the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT). Her book, Digital Design for Custom Textiles: Patterns as Narration for Stage and Film is available through Focal Press.