Norah Worthington has designed for theater, dance, and music in the Baltimore-Washington area since 1984. Professional credits include Wittenberg for Rep Stage (Helen Hayes nomination); Everyman Theatre: Our Town, The Crucible, Watch on the Rhine; St. Louis Ballet; Baltimore Shakespeare Festival: Hamlet, Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew, All’s Well That Ends Well, Macbeth; Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Opera Vivente (Resident Costumer); Toby’s Dinner Theatre: Carousel, Evita, Forty-Second Street, Follies, West Side Story; Young Victorian Theater Company: H.M.S. Pinafore; Handel Choir: staging, scenography, and costumes for Solomon.
As resident costumer at the Baltimore School for the Arts since 1993, she has created costumes for the theater productions and choreographers Christopher d’Amboise, Jim Orsono, Barry Hughson, Hinton Battle, John Clifford, Lisa deRibere, and Tony Wilson. She has mentored and taught costuming at McDonogh School, Gilman School, Park School, St Paul’s School, and Goucher College.