Why I love Theatre:
I love being a part of the story telling process and that
cathartic feeling we all get as audience members.
Why I love Butler:
Smart and welcoming students and colleagues, and the amazing
guests from around the world we get to work with.
Why I love teaching:
I love watching the excitement students get when they conquer a
skill they have been trying to learn.
- Cat in the Hat (October), Willy Wonka
(December), Pippi Longstocking (March), and Les
Miserables (June) Cardinal Stage Company, Bloomington
- Two Maples, Butler University, spring 2014
- Terra Cotta Warriors, Indianapolis Children's Museum,
Angela Malone received her M.F.A in costume design for theatre
from Indiana University (IU) in 2008. Angie designed As You
Like It and Tartuffe for the Butler theatre
department. At IU she designed Measure for Measure
(Thesis), Urinetown, and American Maul. She
received her B.F.A. from the University of North Texas. Angie was
the costume designer for Franklin College from 2009-2011. At
Franklin she designed several shows including Three
Sisters, The Philadelphia Story, The Shape of
Things, Present Laughter, Dead Man's Cell
Phone and Gypsy. She has worked as an over hire
draper, first hand, and wardrobe supervisor for the Indianapolis
Repertory Theatre. She was an assistant costume designer for
Yuletide at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from
2007-2010. She has designed several shows for Cardinal Stage
Company in Bloomington including Charlotte's Web, Wizard of OZ,
Annie, Go Dog Go!, All My Sons, My Fair Lady, Grapes of Wrath, The
Sound of Music, If you Give a Mouse a Cookie, and
Doubt. Angie has designed The Nerd for the Brown
County playhouse. She was the assistant shop manager at Colorado
Shakespeare Company for two years. Angie also has experience stage
managing. She stage managed at Brown country playhouse, Indiana
University, University of North Texas, and was an assistant stage
manager at Rocky Mountain Repertory theatre.
Angie Teaches Production Fundamentals and Costume Construction.
She is a member of USITT. Visit her website at: Angie-burkhardt-malone.com