Jamie Bullins

Jamie Bullins

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - COSTUME DESIGN
Area of Focus: Design
M.F.A. University of North Carolina/Greensboro

Jamie Bullins is Associate Professor of Theatre with a concentration in Costume Design for the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film. He comes to Nebraska from Kennesaw State University, where he served 2000-2017 as Associate Professor and Coordinator of Design/Technology in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies. His M.F.A. in theatrical design/scenography is from the University of North Carolina/Greensboro and he has been designing and teaching for 25 years now. He has also held positions on the faculty at Auburn University and The University of Florida. He works as a scenographer, sometimes director, sometimes playwright as well.

Bullins was among four design consultants, including Keith Belli, Liz Stillwell and Paul Tazewell, to Rosemary Ingham’s final text before her untimely passing in 2008, from page to stage: How Theatre Designers Make Connections Between Scripts and Images. His design work includes companies such as The Alliance Theatre, The Center for Puppetry Arts, Dad’s Garage Theatre, True Colors, Theatrical Outfit, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, The Rose Theatre and Nebraska Repertory Theatre.