Broadway Costume Designer Carrie Robbins Has Passed Away

Robbins worked on dozens of Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional shows shows including A Class Act, Grease, Yentl, and more.

By: Apr. 15, 2024
Broadway Costume Designer Carrie Robbins Has Passed Away
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BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that Braodway Costume Designer Carrie Robbins has passed away. 

Robbins worked on dozens of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows shows including A Class Act (Broadway, Grease (original Broadway Production), Agnes of God (Broadway), Yentl (Broadway), The Boys of Winter (Broadway), The Misanthrope (Off-Broadway), Rebel Woman (Off-Broadway), the tour of White Christmas, and many more.

Regional productions included Arena Stage's M. Butterfly and On the Verge, Alley Theatre's American in Paris by Ken Ludwig, mutiple productions at the Guthrie, and more. 

Robbins was the recipient of the 2012 Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Theatre Development Fund & the tdf/Costume Collection.


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