Shawn Kerwin is an award winning set and costume designer based in Toronto. She has designed sets and costumes for theatres across Canada as well as in the United States and England. Recent design credits include:
Set & Costume Design: The Bakkhai (Stratford Festival), Speed the Plow (Belfry Theatre), A Tender Thing, Great Expectations (Soulpepper) Dead Metaphor (Mirvish Productions/Canadian Rep, Theatre Aquarius); Sea Sick (Theatre Centre), If Truth Be Told, Having Hope at Home, A Killing Snow (Blyth Festival) Brothel #9, And So It Goes (Factory Theatre), Buddy (Grand Theatre)
Set Design: Colours in the Storm, Pride and Prejudice (Grand Theatre), Colony of Unrequited Dreams, Oil and Water, Afterimage (Artistic Fraud), Pride and Prejudice, Sherlock Holmes (Grand Theatre).
Costume Design: All’s Well That Ends Well (Canadian Stage Dream in High Park), Miracle on 34th Street (Grand Theatre) How Do I Love Thee (Canadian Rep). Zipangu (Soundstreams Canada) She is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Theatre, York University. Shawn recently completed the Interdisciplinary Design Strategy Postgraduate Certificate at the Institute without Boundaries, George Brown College.