Kate Noll

production designer


Kate is an MFA graduate from the Yale School of Drama. Her credits include Accidental Death of an Anarchist, co-produced by Yale Repertory Theater and Berkeley Repertory Theater, for which she was nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle Award.  She designed the sets for Cloud Nine and the costumes for House Beast for the Yale School of Drama.  Other credits include the Yale Cabaret, where she designed sets for Ray Planta, Funnyhouse of a Negro, The Fatal Eggs, Ermyntrude and Esmeralda, and costumes for Ain't Gonna Make It, and The Bird Bath.  She was also the resident designer for the 2013 Summer Cabaret, designing sets for Tartuff, Miss Julie, The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife, Heart's Desire, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You, and costumes for Bar at at Tokyo Hotel.  Previously she assisted artist and director Doug Fitch on his Cunning Little Vixen, and Gloria, a Pig Tale, for the New York Philharmonic, The Abduction from the Seraglio for the Teatro del Lago in Chile, and a new production of Peter and the Wolf. She has been a resident set designer at the Sundance Directors Lab, where she workshopped the films Little Birds, My Brother the Devil, and Beasts of a Southern Wild.  She has lived in New York, Amsterdam, and Rome, where she practiced as a studio artist, stylist, and production designer for TV and film. Kate is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Painting.