Adam Michael Dill holds an MFA in Costume Design from the University of Arizona and a BFA in Theatre Production from the University of Texas at Arlington. Adam has worked for PlayMakers Repertory Company, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Michigan Opera Theatre, Flint Youth Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Children's Theatre, and Dallas Theatre Center. Adam is well versed in Costume Design, Costume Shop Management, Cutting/Draping, Tailoring, Costume Crafts, and Costume Education.
Adam's marker rendering technique is featured in Drawing and Rendering for Theatre: A Practical Course for Scenic, Costume, and Lighting Designers by Clare P. Rowe, published by Focal Press.
Adam's technical work is featured in J. Michael Gillette's Theatrical Design and Production: An Introduction to Scene Design and Construction, Lighting, Sound, Costume, and Makeup, published by McGraw-Hill.
Currently, Adam is the Costume Shop Supervisor and Adjunct Lecturer for the Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Michigan - Flint. He offers courses in Costume Construction, Patterning & Draping, Costume Crafts, and Costume Shop Management. He has two sweet fur babies, Maggie - a corgi dachshund mix, and Bentley - a sassy ginger Persian mix.