On The Town    [Broadway]
Mothers and Sons    [Broadway]
With Tyne Daly   

Orphans    [Broadway]
with Alec Baldwin 

Glengarry Glen Ross   [Broadway]
with Al Pacino & Bobby Cannavale   
February House    [Off-Broadway]
Disney's Newsies   [Broadway]

High    [Broadway]
with Kathleen Turner
Black Tie    [Off-Broadway]
Heart of a Soldier   [San Francisco Opera]

The Merchant of Venice    [Broadway]
Tony Nomination
with Al Pacino & Lily Rabe 
Next Fall    [Broadway]

Saved    [Off-Broadway]
Jersey Boys    [Las Vegas]
Jersey Boys    [West End]
Little House on the Prairie    [US Tour]

The Homecoming    [Broadway]
with Ian McShane & Raul Esparza
Cymbeline    [Lincoln Center Theatre]
Jersey Boys    [Chicago]
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers    [US Tour]
King Lear    [Off-Broadway]
with Kevin Kline
Il Trittico    [The Metropolitan Opera]

The Apple Tree  [Roundabout Theatre]
with Kristin Chenoweth
Jersey Boys    [US Tour]
Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me    [Broadway]
Stuff Happens    [Off-Broadway]
The Pirates of Penzance    [New York City Opera]

Miss Witherspoon    [Off-Broadway]
Jersey Boys    [Broadway]
Julius Caesar    [Broadway]
with Denzel Washington
Brooklyn Boy    [Broadway]
Good Vibrations    [Broadway]

The Rivals    [Broadway]
Tony Award
Jersey Boys    [La Jolla Playhouse]
Much Ado About Nothing    [Delacorte Theatre]
Sight Unseen    [Broadway]
The Normal Heart    [Off-Broadway]
Between Us    [Off-Broadway]
Big Bill    [Off-Broadway]
The End of the Affair    [Houston Grand Opera]

Henry IV    [Lincoln Center Theatre]
Tony Nomination
with Kevin Kline
The Long Christmas Ride Home    [Off-Broadway]
Golda's Balcony    [Broadway]
The Persians    [Off-Broadway]
Enchanted April    [Broadway]
Golda's Balcony    [Off-Broadway]
Tea at Five    [Off-Broadway]
Take Me Out    [Broadway]

Marty, The Musical   [Huntington Theatre]
Take Me Out    [Donmar Theatre, London]
Monster    [Off-Broadway]
Lucia di Lammermoor    [Washington Opera]

Speaking in Tongues    [Off-Broadway]
Thief River    [Off-Broadway]
Judgment at Nuremberg    [Broadway]
with Maxmilian Schell
Ten Unknowns    [Off-Broadway]
with Donald Sutherland
Far East     [PBS/Great Performances]
Dead Man Walking     [New York City Opera]
Agrippina     [New York City Opera]

Proof    [Broadway]
with Mary-Louise Parker
Stranger    [Off-Broadway]
Spinning Into Butter    [Off-Broadway]

The Rainmaker    [Roundabout Theatre]
with Woody Harrelson
Dinner with Friends    [Off-Broadway]
Tartuffe    [Delacorte Theatre]
Gemini    [Off-Broadway]
2.5 Minute Ride    [Off-Broadway]
Night Must Fall    [Broadway]
with Matthew Broderick
The Mineola Twins    [Roundabout Theatre]
Lucille Lortel Award
Henry Hewes Award
Drama Desk Award Nomination

The Uneasy Chair    [Off-Broadway]
Lucille Lortel Award
Far East    [Off-Broadway]

The Memory of Water    [Off-Broadway]
Corpus Christi    [Off-Broadway]
Communicating Doors    [Off-Broadway]
The Dying Gaul    [Off-Broadway]
The Maiden's Prayer    [Off-Broadway]
Gun-shy    [Off-Broadway]
Of Mice and Men    [New York City Opera]
A Walk on the Moon    [Miramax, Dustin Hoffman/Village Roadshow Film]
with Diane Lane, Viggo Mortensen,
Liev Schreiber and Anna Paquin

Baby Anger    [Off-Broadway]
Collected Stories    [Off-Broadway]
How I Learned to Drive    [Off-Broadway]
A Question of Mercy    [Off-Broadway]
Love! Valour! Compassion!    [Fine Line Films]
with Jason Alexander and John Glover

The Blues are Running    [Off-Broadway]
Tartuffe: Born Again    [Cirlcle-in-the-Square]
Inherit the Wind    [Broadway]
with George C. Scott & Charles Durning
Below the Belt    [Off-Broadway]
The Substance of Fire    [Miramax Film]
with Sarah Jessica Parker, Ron Rifkin and Tony Goldwyn

The Play's the Thing    [Broadway]
Out of this World    [Encores]
Love! Valour! Compassion!    [Broadway]
Drama Desk Award Nomination
Talking With    [PBS/Great Performances]
with Kathy Bates, Frances McDormand,
Celeste Holm and Marcia Gaye Hardin

Love! Valour! Compassion!    [Off-Broadway]
Blown Sideways Through Life    [Off-Broadway]

An Imaginary Life    [Off-Broadway]
Desdemona    [Off-Broadway]
Candida    [Roundabout Theatre]
with Mary Steenburgen
Three Hotels    [Off-Broadway]

The Extra Man    [Off-Broadway]
The End of the Day    [Off-Broadway]
The Most Happy Fella    [Broadway]
Sight Unseen    [Off-Broadway]

The Substance of Fire    [Off-Broadway]

The American Plan    [Off-Broadway]
Lake No Bottom    [Off-Broadway]
Price of Fame    [Off-Broadway]
When She Danced    [Off-Broadway]
Drama Desk Nomination
with Elizabeth Ashley
The American Plan    [Off-Broadway]

Closer Than Ever    [Off-Broadway]
Wolf-Man    [Off-Broadway]
Closer Than Ever    [Off-Broadway]
Young Playwrights Festival (1989)    [Off-Broadway]
The Loman Family Picnic    [Off-Broadway]
Other People's Money    [Off-Broadway]
The Night Hank Williams Died    [Off-Broadway]

Young Playwrights Festival (1988)    [Off-Broadway]
A Streetcar Named Desire    [Circle-in-the-Square]
with Blythe Danner
Sweet Sue    [Broadway]
with Mary Tyler Moore & Lynn Redgrave

Landscape of the Body    [Off-Broadway]
Other Places    [Off-Broadway]

And a Nightingale Sang...   [Off-Broadway]
Triple Feature   [Off-Broadway]

Talking With   [Off-Broadway]

Tintypes   [Broadway]
Charlie and Algernon   [Broadway]

The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs   [Off-Broadway]
Losing Time   [Off-Broadway]
Don Juan Comes Back from the War  [Off-Broadway]

Buried Child  [Off-Broadway]


Veteran Broadway Costumers Honored With 2015 TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards
By Playbill

Jess Goldstein, Tony Award-winning designer for Jersey Boys and On the Town, and Douglas W. Schmidt (42nd Street), were be honored at the 2015 TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards, presented May 1 at 6:30 PM at the Hudson Theatre. The awards pay tribute to the art of costume design. Goldstein was selected to receive the 2015 TDF/Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award......see more

Ever After the Musical Brings 90s Nostalgia to the Stage
By Vanity Fair

The Renaissance, a time of great art, thought, and even greater epidemic diseases, was also perhaps the heaving bosom’s biggest moment. Corsets took any pudge from last night’s pigeon feast and transported it all up, way up, in a way Victoria’s Secret has been trying to replicate through decades of ethereally named push-up bras. Funny, though, that so much suggestive skin was on display in such a religiously corseted time (some Popes excepted). This is something Jess Goldstein, the costume designer for the new musical Ever After, has to take notice of, in detail......see more

An Interview from "In 1: The Podcast"

This week’s guest is Costume Designer Jess Goldstein. Jess’s first Broadway design was in 1980 and he has 35 years worth of stories, anecdotes and behind the scenes tidbits from his life in the theatre. He tells us about the unique experiences costuming some of our greatest performers including Al Pacino, Tyne Daly, John Lithgow, Martin Short and Kevin Kline......see more

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Designer Jess Goldstein Shows Off His Colorful and Kicky
"On the Town" Costumes
by Broadway.com

Tony-winning designer Jess Goldstein on the inspiration behind his colorful costumes for the Broadway revival of "On the Town."

ON THE TOWN @ Lyric Theatre, 2014
Broadway Montage

Broadway's musical comedy classic is the talk of the town!
The New York Times raves, "ON THE TOWN takes your breath away."
The Hollywood Reporter calls it "an explosion of pure joy," and The Wall Street Journal says, "ON THE TOWN is everything a great show should be!" 

JERSEY BOYS @ August Wilson Theatre 
Broadway Montage

Clips from the Tony-winning hit about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

NEWSIES THE MUSICAL @ Nederlander Theatre, 2012

The cast of Disney's NEWSIES perform "King of New York" Now is the time to seize the day with NEWSIES, Disney's smash-hit New York musical. Winner of the 2012 Tony Awards for Best Score and Best Choreography, NEWSIES has audiences and critics alike calling it, "AN EXHILARATING JOLT OF ENERGY!"

NEWSIES THE MUSICAL Performance at the 2012 Tony Awards!

An exhibit of more than 100 panoramic photographs of Broadway's most famous theater designers, who bring the magic of theater to life.

An Interview with Jess Goldstein from Disney’s Newsies

Published November 3rd, 2014 by playhousesquare 

Our Buzz Extra writer, Alicia Hansen had the exciting opportunity to interview Jess Goldstein, the costume designer for our upcoming Broadway Series show Newsies. As part of our Broadway Buzz program, Alicia will take you behind the scenes of each KeyBank Broadway Series show and interview a member of the show’s cast, crew or creative team......see more



Jess Goldstein, Costume Designer

Jess Goldstein is a native New Yorker, educated at Boston University and the Yale School of Drama. A 2005 recipient of the Tony Award for Lincoln Center Theater’s The Rivals, he has enjoyed a 35 year career designing for theater, opera, film and television......see more

Broadway Hit Jersey boys Captures Era, and Saves a Tailor

Saint Laurie, one of the last custom suitmakers in Manhattan, has created almost all of the outfits worn by the actors portraying Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons since “Jersey Boys” opened on Broadway two years ago.......see more

CFA Alum Receives Tony Nomination

Jess Goldstein up for Broadway’s biggest honor this weekend

For more than three decades, Jess Goldstein has been one of Broadway’s hottest costume designers. His clothes have been worn by a who’s who of the American theater, including Blythe Danner (A Streetcar Named Desire), Mary Louise Parker(Proof), and Denzel Washington (Julius Caesar)......
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MOTHERS AND SONS @ John Golden Theatre, 2014

MOTHERS AND SONS is a timely and provocative play that explores our evolving understanding of family in today's world. At turns funny and powerful, MOTHERS AND SONS portrays a woman who pays an unexpected visit to the New York apartment of her late son's partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son.

ORPHANS @ Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, 2013

Two orphaned brothers live in their decrepit North Philadelphia row house. They survive bypetty thievery and a steady diet of tuna fish and daytime television until the violent older brother decides to kidnap Harold (Baldwin), a notorious Chicago gangster. Harold soon becomes the force that will forever change their lives.