Qween Jean

Personal Information
Qween Jean is a New York based Stage and Film Costume Designer. She is the Founder of Black Trans Liberation, an organization aimed to provide access and employment resources for the TGNC community. Qween has committed her voice to advocating for marginalized communities; specifically black trans people. Her passion is creating access for unsung heroes and people who are often overlooked. She feels their stories are valuable and deserve recognition (Biography dated 10/07/2021 )
External Links: Live at the Lortel Podcast
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Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 Jordans Joseph Papp Public Theater/ LuEsther Hall 04/24/2024 Costume Designer
2 A Simulacrum Atlantic Stage 2 06/14/2023 Costume Designer
3 Primary Trust Laura Pels Theatre (Current) 05/25/2023 Costume Designer
4 The Seagull / Woodstock, NY Pershing Square Signature Center/ The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre 02/28/2023 Costume Designer
5 Hound Dog Greenwich House 10/24/2022 Costume Designer
6 Corsicana Playwrights Horizons 06/22/2022 Costume Designer
7 soft The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space/ Susan and Ronald Frankel Theater 06/06/2022 Costume Designer
8 On Sugarland New York Theatre Workshop 03/03/2022 Costume Designer
9 Black No More Pershing Square Signature Center/ Irene Diamond Stage 02/15/2022 Costume Designer
Award Production Function
1 NOMINATED 2023 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Costume Design soft Costume Designer
2 NOMINATED 2022 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Costume Design for a Play On Sugarland Costume Designer
3 WON 2022 Obie Award, Special Citation Black No More Costume Designer
      Corsicana Costume Designer
      soft Costume Designer
4 NOMINATED 2022 Antonyo Award, Best Costumes On Sugarland Costume Designer