Caitlin McLeod is a costume and scenic designer, puppet enthusiast, traveler, craftswoman and artist. Her most recent credits include: The Man Who Was Thursday (Lifeline), The Stranger and The Shadow; The Walls of Harrow House (Rough House); The Dark at the Top of The Stairs (Eclipse); American Jornalero (Teatro Vista); The Ballad of Romeo and Juliet (American Myth Center, NC); The Great God Pan (Chicago Fringe Opera), Seussical (Drury Lane), Beauty's Daughter (American Blues Theatre). She is also a co-founder of the Chicago based costume crafts company Craftiga. Craftiga.com
Outside her work in traditional theatre, Caitlin’s greatest desire is to invade the public sphere of "ordinary life" with unexpected art forms. She works to foster appreciation for the arts in all walks of life, and utilizes art as a catalyst to break the mundane through street art and interactive street performances.
She is a graduate of The University at Buffalo (BFA, BA) and Northwestern University (MFA).