Associate Professor of Theatre Arts
Anne Toewe is the head of Design and Technology for the School of Theatre Arts and Dance and serves as the production manager for LTR. Since her arrival at UNC, Anne has enjoyed the opportunity to design costumes for a broad variety of theatrical offerings, including Jekyll and Hyde, Bat Boy, Titanic, My Fair Lady, and The Elephant Man. Additionally, she is pursuing her doctorate in theatre at the University of Colorado at Boulder, a degree she hopes to have completed by the spring of 2012. Prior to her arrival, Anne designed and taught on the east coast, including south Florida and Roanoke, Virginia. While in south Florida, Anne received a Carbonelle Nomination for Best Costume Design for GableStage’s production of The Dead. In addition to her design opportunities, Anne taught make-up and costuming at New World School of the Arts (Miami), Broward Community College (Davie), Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton), and Palm Beach Atlantic College (West Palm Beach). Additionally, Anne worked as a project manager at the notable Broadway costume build house Parson-Mears, prior to relocation to Florida. Anne holds her bachelor’s degree in biology from The College of William and Mary in Virginia, and her MFA in costume design from Tulane University in New Orleans.