JANICE RABIAN is a costume designer who tells stories about messy, nuanced people. She loves getting into the minds of characters and finding the right piece of clothing to tell a story.  She has worked in Washington DC, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Italy. She drinks her coffee with cream and wants your latest book recommendation.


Janice will graduate this May with an MFA in Costume Design from the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University. Her costume designs for Molissa Fenley's new work Rhythm Field debuted on the Bob Hope stage this spring as part of the Meadows Dance spring concert. She recently wrapped production for Lavadeira, her first costume design for film. 



Overbooked new play workshop with Prism Movement Theatre

Mlima's Tale (radio play presentation) design with Bishop Arts Theatre

Twelfth Night with Meadows School of the Arts at SMU