Charlotte Yetman

Professor
M.F.A., New York University

Charlotte Yetman

Charlotte YetmanProfessor of Theatre

M.F.A., New York University
B.F.A., Pennsylvania State University

Charlotte Yetman is a professor of theatre at Baldwin Wallace University, where she is the resident costume designer for the program. Her designs for Baldwin Wallace included "Follies" "The Seagull" and "Turn of the Screw." Among her professional credits are designs for "Sweeney Todd," "Cabaret," "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," "Into the Woods," "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" for Great Lakes Theater in joint production with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival; "Major Barbara" for Idaho Shakespeare Festival; "Private Lives" for Great Lakes Theater; "Lady With All The Answers," "Custody of the Eyes" and "Jocasta" for Cleveland Play House; "Jesus Christ Superstar" for Theater-By-The-Sea; "Frankenstein" for Tennessee Repertory Theater; "Silver Dollar," "John & Jen," "Das Barbecue" and "Heartbeats" for Goodspeed Opera House; "Conrack" for Ford's Theater; "The Business of Murder" for Studio Arena Theater; "The Cocktail Hour" and "Driving Miss Daisy" for Pennsylvania Stage Company; "La Dori" and "Les Bavards" for Mannes College of Music; "Super Sunday" and "Widows" for Williamstown Theater Festival; "Bye-Bye Birdie," "Damn Yankees," "The Sound of Music," "Goblin Market" and "West Side Story" for Cain Park; and the American premiere of Ballenchine's ballet "Mozart Violin Concerto No.5" with Tulsa Ballet Theater.  Yetman studied scenic design at Pennsylvania State University, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and then went on to a scenic design internship at The Juilliard School. She received a Masters of Fine Arts from New York University where she studied both scenic and costume design. In 1990, Yetman became a member of The United Scenic Artists Local 829. In addition to her costume work, she has worked as an assistant scenic designer and scenic artist at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Yetman has taught at Colby College in Maine and at the University of Rhode Island.