Bobby Frederick Tilley‘s costume designs for theater include Guards At The Taj (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Significant OtherThe Power of Duff (Geffen Playhouse); Bulldozer: The Legend of Robert Moses starring Constantine Maroulis (St. Clements); Hot Mess (Daryl Roth Productions); The Legend of Georgia McBride (Dorset Theater Festival); the World Premiere of Guards At The Taj (Lucille Lortel and Obie Awards); The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner; The Pinter PlaysThe Collection and A Kind Of Alaska; the World Premiere of Annie Baker’s Body AwarenessBirth and After Birth; and The Butter and Egg Man (Atlantic Theatre Company); Be More Chill (Two River Theater); Queen For A Day (St. Clements); the World Premiere of Will Eno’s Open House, directed by Oliver Butler (Signature Theatre; Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, and Obie awards); The Power of Duff, CaptorsSons of the Prophet, and Circle Mirror Transformation (The Huntington Theatre Company); Chapter Two (Bucks County Playhouse); The Power of Duff (New York Stage and Film); the World Premiere of Stephen Karam’s Sons of the Prophet(Roundabout); the World Premiere of All New People (2econd Stage); Proof (Merrimack Repertory Theatre); Thinner Than Water (LAByrinth Theater Company); the World Premiere of Annie Baker’s The Aliens (Rattlestick); Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love Loss and What I Wore (Westside Theater); The Aliens (Company One, Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Design); Body Awareness (Speakeasy Stage Company); Lizzie Borden (The Living Theater, Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Costume Design); Top Girls (Act 1, MTC); Mel and El: Show & Tell (Ars Nova); and Gaugleprixtown and The Most Lamentable and Tragical Historie of the Barber-Surgeons (Studio 42). His costume designs for film and television include Hello, I Must Be GoingThe GreenFour Lane HighwayLittle KingsRubout; Robert Smigel’s “TV Funhouse” for Comedy Central, “Manhattan Valley,” and the forthcoming “Once in a Lifetime.”