Press Reviews

Twelfth Night  (Shakespeare Santa Cruz)

…Bewitching costumes

San Jose Mercury News


Shipwrecked!  (Shakespeare Santa Cruz)

Costumes by Todd Roehrman — Torsek in genteel Victorian garb, and the others are in exaggerated and elaborate comic chic.

Santa Cruz Sentinel


Cyrano de Bergerac  (Sacramento Theatre Co.)

The lush, stately costumes of Todd Roehrman… add to the production’s luster and spectacle.

Sacramento Bee


Private Lives  (Sacramento Theatre Co.)

The play is the ultimate in 1930s escapism, with the flamboyant characters never speaking of work, jobs or any sources of income for their extravagant lifestyles. They just live, love and argue while wearing beautiful clothes designed by Todd Roehrman.

Sacramento Bee


The Long Christmas Ride Home (The Magic Theatre)

Todd Roehrman’s subtly elegant costumes help define the shifts of character and time frame.

San Francisco Chronicle


Family Butchers (The Magic Theatre)

Todd Roehrman’s character-defining costumes…provide a solid framework

San Francisco Chronicle


Much Ado About Nothing  (San Francisco Shakespeare Festival)

Todd Roehrman designed costumes that could launch a “retro” fashion trend

San Francisco Chronicle


The Sex Habits of American Women (The Magic Theatre)

“McCain is at home in Todd Roehrman’s flouncy ’50s gowns”

San Francisco Chronicle


“Everybody looks terrific in Todd Roehrman’s crisp ’50s fashions”

Oakland Tribune


Misalliance  (Marin Theatre Co.)

“ Glazer gives the play a lovely period staging with Todd Roehrman’s beguilingly genteel Edwardian summer wear.”

San Francisco Chronicle


Aladdin  (San Francisco Shakespeare Festival)

Todd Roehrman also deserves credit for his limitlessly imaginative costumes, from the Grand Vizier’s turban to the Widow Tuankhet’s crimes against taste, from sexy harem-girl ensembles to a two-person suit evoking Siptah the dancing camel.

San Francisco Weekly


Brontë  (The Magic Theatre)

“Exchanging nightgowns for crinoline dresses (soberly elegant costumes by Todd Roehrman) the clan grows into adulthood with childhood traits intact.”

San Francisco Chronicle


Kissing the Witch  (The Magic Theatre)

“Donoghue and director Nicholson make use of more fundamental theatrical magic, relying on […] the brilliantly simple costumes of Todd Roehrman.”

San Francisco Examiner


“All in all, the design […] is a playwright’s dream”

San Francisco Weekly


Private Lives  (South Coast Rep)

“ …Roehrman meet’s Coward’s challenge of providing the couple with virtually show stopping costumes.”

Los Angeles Times


“Clad in outfits delightfully designed by Todd Roehrman…Fergeson sweeps gallantly across the stage”

Ontario Daily Bulletin


Much Ado About Nothing  (Shakespeare Santa Cruz)

“Costume design by Todd Roehrman is lovely, bright, simple and eye-catching”

Santa Cruz Sentinel


Othello  (Shakespeare Festival/LA)

Todd Roehrman’s costumes are stunning…all supporting (the director’s) timeless feel”

Los Angeles Times


The Last Night of Ballyhoo  (Sacramento Theatre Co.)

“Memorable are Todd Roehrman’s period fashions.”

Sacramento Bee


The Seagull  (The Matrix Theatre)

“…costumes by Todd Roehrman do not evoke the era- they seem to be the era, left over in a time warp for our delectation.”

Play and Players (London)