Teresa Doggett (Costume Designer) has worked in St. Louis as both an actor and costume designer for over twenty five years and is Principal Costume Designer for Union Avenue Opera. Costuming credits include the off-Broadway production of Day of the Dog; the world premieres of Café Chanson (Max & Louie) and Sublime Intimacy written by Ken Page; and The Clown of God, performed in Cincinnati and St. Louis. Teresa designed costumes for the Educational Tour of the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis for eight years and received numerous Kevin Kline nominations for Outstanding Costume Design. She has designed for many local and regional theater companies, including Metro Theater Company, St. Louis Actor’s Studio, Hot City Theater, ACT Inc., St. Louis Shakespeare, New Line Theater, The Orange Girls, New Jewish Theatre, Fontbonne University, Muddy River Opera Company, University of Missouri–St. Louis Opera Program, and Washington University in St. Louis Opera Program and Performing Arts Department. As an actor, she has worked at The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Stray Dog Theatre, St. Louis Shakespeare, The New Jewish Theatre, Hot City, St. Louis Actor’s Studio (STLAS), ACT Inc., and many others. She was a member of the 2008 NJT Kevin Kline winning ensemble of Women’s Minyan, and won the 2008 Kevin Kline Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her performance as Costanza in Enchanted April at ACT Inc. Doggett is the recipient of the 2012 St. Louis Theater Circle Awards for Supporting Actress in a Comedy.