FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS PARTS I, II & III by Suzan Lori Parks
Directed by Liz Diamond
Costume design by Sarah Nietfeld
Set Design by Riccardo Hernandez
Lighting Design by Yi Zhao
Sound Design by Frederick Kennedy
BULGARIA! REVOLT! by Miranda Rose Hall
Directed by Elizabeth Dinkova
Music and Sound Design by Michael Constagliola
Costume Design by Sarah Nietfeld
Set Design by Emona Stoykova
Lighting Design by Krista Smith
Projection Design by Wladimiro A. Woyno Rodriguez
EVERYTHING THAT NEVER HAPPENED by Sarah Mantell
Directed by Jesse Rasmussen
Costume Design by Sarah Nietfeld
Set Design by Joo Hyun Kim
Lighting Design by Krista Smith
Projection Design by Wladimiro A. Woyno Rodriguez
PEER GYNT by Henrik Ibsen
Set Design by Sarah Nietfeld
1/4" color model, Yale School of Drama

Sarah Nietfeld

Sarah Nietfeld is a costume and set designer originally from Seattle.

She is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. Born in Ireland, Sarah has worked in both the US and the UK, and received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts. She is passionate about storytelling, new work, and especially work that explores overlooked voices.

Her recent credits for costume design include Everything That Never Happened, Bulgaria! Revolt! (Yale School of Drama), How We Died of Disease-Related Illness (Yale Cabaret); Antarctica! Which Is to Say Nowhere (Yale Summer Cabaret). Her recent credits for scenic design include The Quonsets, And Tell Sad Stories of the Death of Queens, and This Sweet Affliction (Yale Cabaret). Seattle credits include August: Osage County (Balagan Theatre); Once in a Lifetime (Theater Anonymous); Austen Translation (Jet City Improv); Pride and Prejudice, The Old Maid and the Thief, and Incite (Cornish College of the Arts).
She has also worked with Seattle Opera, Guthrie Theatre, The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh, Colonial Williamsburg, La Jolla Playhouse, and Fuel Theatre Company in London in association with the National Theatre.

Affiliation: Yale