Costume Designer

Broadway: Cyrano de Bergerac with Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner, Tony Award nomination, Henry Hewes Design Award nomination, also seen on PBS Great Performances; Rock of Ages (plus London, Las Vegas, U.S. National Tour, Toronto, Australia), Tony Award nomination, Henry Hewes Design Award nomination; Arcadia; The Wedding Singer (and U.S. National Tour), Drama Desk nomination; Urinetown, Lucille Lortel nomination (also U.S. tour, Toronto); Band in Berlin.

Opera: An American Soldier (World Premiere Opera by Huang Ruo and David Henry Hwang at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis); World premiere of The Prince of Players for Houston Grand Opera; La Rondine (Opera Theater of St. Louis); The Magic Flute (Chicago Opera Theater); Camelot (Virginia Opera).

Off-Broadway: he has designed the costumes for the world premieres of Douglas Carter Beane’s To Wong Foo, Hood, and Fairycakes. His work at the Atlantic with The Voysey Inheritance earned him a Lucille Lortel Award. Mr. Gale has an Irene Sharaff Young Master Award and has also has been nominated for multiple Lucille Lortel Awards and Henry Hewes Design Awards.

Regional: i (World Premiere play at Pioneer Theater Company); Thoroughly Modern Millie directed and choreographed by Denis Jones, Connecticut Critics Circle nomination (Goodspeed Musicals); Private Lives (Geva); Hood (Dallas Center Theater). Roof of the World (world premiere Kansas City Rep); The Last Ship, Cowgirls, and Spelling Bee (Pioneer Theater Company); Analog and Vinyl (world premiere Weston Playhouse); Getting the Band Back Together (world premiere George Street Playhouse); Johnny Baseball, A Flea in Her Ear (Williamstown Theater Festival).

UpcomingBlinded by Ed (Feature Film written and directed by Chris Fetchko); NOLA (Feature film starring Frank Grillo and Directed by Padraic McKinle); Cowboy (Feature film): Fake (world premiere at Miami New Drama); and Once (Pioneer Theater).

Irene Sharaff Young Master Award.