Slippery Rock University

The Costume Survey

Description provided by the program

Slippery Rock produces 4 mainstage productions each year as well as additional student written and directed works. With a small student-to-faculty ratio, students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working on mainstage and student-produced shows every semester. A paid costume shop assistant position is available. SRU has a strong K-12 education program and our most popular double major is Theatre/Education. Special Topics courses are taught regularly including; Fabric Painting and Dyeing; Maskmaking; and Antique and Reverse Patterning.

Areas of Focus

  • Costume Design
  • Makeup Design
  • Costume Crafts and Technology

Degrees Offered

  • BA: in Theatre, Design & Technology(Costume Emphasis)


  • Rebecca Morrice: MFA. Costume Design. Areas of Interest/Specialty are Painting & Dyeing, Costume Technology and Natural Dyes.


  • Also: 1 paid student costume assistant, 1 faculty designer/manager, 1-2 students stitchers

General Contact Information

Rebecca Morrice, Assistant Professor
Theatre Department
300-C Miller Auditorium
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057

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