Miriam Buether

Miriam Buether trained in Costume Design at Akademie fur Kostum Design in Hamburg and in Theatre Design at Central St Martin. Set and costume designs include Earthquakes in London for Headlong/National Theatre and on tour; Decade, Six Characters in Search of an Author for Headlong Theatre; Love and Information; Sucker Punch, Get Santa!, Cock; My Child; The Wonderful World of Dissocia and Way to Heaven at the Royal Court; Judgement Day and When the Rain Stops Falling at the Almeida; Anna Nicole at the Royal Opera House; Suor Angelica (from Il Trittico) at Royal Exhcange Manchester; Wild Swans, The Government Inspector, In the Red and Brown Water, The Good Soul of Szechuan (sets) and Generations at the Young Vic; A Couple of Poor Polish-Speaking Romanians at the Soho Theatre; Cinderella (sets only) for Goteborg Opera Ballet Company; Hartstocht for Introdans in the Netherlands; Sacrifice (costumes only) for Welsh National Opera; The Baccae for National Theatre of Scotland, Edinburgh Festival and Lyric Hammersmith; Long Time Dead for Plymouth Theatre Royal; Pool (No Water) for Frantic Assembly at Plymouth Theatre Royal and Lyric Hammersmith; Realism for National Theatre of Scotland; Unprotected at the Traverse and Liverpool Everyman; The Bee at Soho Theatre; Trade for the RSC at Soho Theatre; The Death of Klinghoffer for the Edinburgh International Festival and Scottish Opera; After the End at the Traverse; Tenderhooks for Canadian National Ballet; Platform for the ICA; Body of Poetry for Komische Opera Berlin; People Next Door at the Traverse Edinburgh, Theatre Royal Stratford East and New York; Red Demon at the Young Vic and tour of Japan; Bintou and Rosencrantz and Guildernstern Are Dead at the Arcola; Possibly Six for Grand Ballet de Canada at Theatre Maisonneuve Montreal; and Eskimo Sisters at Southwark Playhouse. She was overall winner of the 1999 Linbury Prize.

Published November 2012