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August, 2019, Atlanta Intown:

"Emmie Tuttle’s costumes are gorgeous"


April, 2019, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

"in the snazzy period costumes of designer Emmie Tuttle;"


September, 2017, Broadway World:

Farley went on to say, "We've put together the most amazing group of artists to work on this wonderful show. From Ricardo Aponte and S. Renee Clark leading it, to a great cast, to an all-star lineup of designers... Emmie Tuttle, the most in-demand young costumer in Atlanta..."



November, 2017, Arts Atlanta:


"Also deserving accolades is costume designer Emmie Tuttle, who dressed the cast in every bit of Talbots and Chico’s realness she could find."


February, 2018, Pace Academy News:

Well, as you can see from the photo, costumes are coming together for the production of The Lion King Jr. In order for our students to give as good of a performance as possible, Pace hired Atlanta costume designer Emmie Tuttle to make the show look amazing ...

In total, there are 101 different costumes, or looks, in the show. Would you believe some costume changes in the show have to occur backstage in less than a minute! 


October, 2016, Living Northside Magazine:

"Dressing up as Aladdin’s Princess Jasmine for Halloween is one of Emoryann Childers’ favorite childhood memories. The purple outfit, and many others crafted by her creative grandmother, inspired Childers’ career as a costume designer.

“It always made me feel special to dress up,” Childers says. “I think everyone likes to be someone else for a day. We always had the best Halloween costumes. They were homemade, but they were professional, and that got me interested in learning how to sew and making my own costumes.”

Childers learned to sew at age 12, and won a 2015 Suzi Bass Award for outstanding costume designer in Georgia Ensemble Theater’s “My Fair Lady.” The awards recognize excellence in Atlanta professional theater."



Ghost, The Musical, 2016, Georgia Ensemble Theatre:

"Emmie Tuttle’s costumes are all of a piece with the mood and tone of the show."


Greetings Friend..., 2017, Georgia Ensemble Theatre:

"...kudos to costumer Emmie Tuttle for devising a Zardelgnian "look" that combines elements of "Lion King," Samurai chic, and Mongol warrior that is truly unique.  I especially liked the hat made out of VHS strips."

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