Emily Rose parman - director, costume designer
Emily Rose Parman is an NYC based director and costume designer dedicated to exploring new and established works through a feminist lens. She is the Artistic Director of CLiF Collective.
Directing credits include: Parlor Tricks (Fresh Fruit Festival), Generation (Laz)Y (The TANK), The Crucible (Ponca Playhouse), The Triumph of Love by Marivaux, a staged reading of Dekker and Middleton’s The Roaring Girl, and the annual The Many Faces of Love monologue festival (Hudson Warehouse), The Young Ladies..., þæt wæs gōd cyning, & Cocktails and Classics: A Reading Festival (Turn to Flesh Prod.), Baggage (Cantiamo Opera), Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, and Susan Griffin's Voices (Brown Center Theatre).
Ms. Parman is also a prolific designer, and three time nominee for the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design.
Upcoming projects include The Regime is Female (Badass Lady Productions/The TANK), and Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Sense and Sensibility (Ponca Playhouse.) www.emilyroseparman.com /www.clifcollective.org