Ann Hould-Ward attended Mills College, the University of Virginia. Her first Broadway costume designs were for the musical Sunday in the Park with George (1984), in collaboration with Patricia Zipprodt, for which they recieved a joint Tony Award nomination. She has designed costumes for many regional theater companies. Her costume designs for Red Hot and Blue were used in productions at the Godspeed Opera House, Connecticut. She designed costumes for several productions at the Arena Stage, Washington, DC, including Three Sisters, Merrily We Roll Along, Let Me Down Easy. Hould-Ward has designed costumes for dance and ballet, including the Ballet Hispanico, Lar Lubovitch's The White Oak Project, and the American Ballet Theatre. She also designs for the opera. She designed the costumes for the Los Angeles Opera production of Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. Her career reached stratospheric heights during 2014 when she was entrusted with redesigning the outfit of America's favorite hamburger clown, Ronald McDonald.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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