Reviews for "Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show" - Cygnet Theatre

“The look of the piece is likewise out of this world: Costume designer Jennifer Brawn Gittings must’ve taken some trippy intergalactic joy ride to brainstorm the ideas for her riot of fright-night looks here.” – James Hebert, San Diego Union-Tribune

“As much as anybody, the tech crew deserves the same thunderous applause that Cygnet artistic director Sean Murray got for his outrageous Frank…Jennifer Brawn Gittings’ hinky costumes carry the same edge….  Posi. Tively. Out. Standing.” – Martin Jones Westlin, San Diego Story

“It’s all crazy, and the tech elements – Andrew Hull’s set design, Chris Rynne’s bright lighting, Jennifer Brawn Gittings’ wild costumes and Chris Luessmann’s goofy sound design – add to the sought-for cheesy impression.” – Jean Lowerison, San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

 Michael Cusimano as Riff Raff, Sean Murray as Frank N Furter, and Bets Malone as Magenta - Photo by Ken Jacques

Michael Cusimano as Riff Raff, Sean Murray as Frank N Furter, and Bets Malone as Magenta - Photo by Ken Jacques

Reviews for "The Oldest Boy" - San Diego REP

“The production, directed with a creative and confident hand by Sam Woodhouse, is a visual and aural feast. Composer Michael Roth has created a hypnotic, Eastern music soundscape that’s highlighted by Jennifer Brawn Gittings’ authentic Tibetan costumes” – Pam Kragen, San Diego Union-Tribune

“It is a story deliciously told, interlaced with dance and music and pageantry played upon Sean Fanning’s clean, utilitarian set, and filled with color byJennifer Brawn Gittings’ costumes.” – Charlene Baldridge

“Director Sam Woodhouse has produced an experience of global proportions by playwright Sarah Ruhl on a stunning set designed by Sean Fanning with gorgeous costumes by Jennifer Brawn Gittings.” – Jenni Prisk

 Amanda Sitton as Mother, and Tsering Dorjee Bawa as Boy - photo by Daren Scott

Amanda Sitton as Mother, and Tsering Dorjee Bawa as Boy - photo by Daren Scott

Reviews for "Enron" - MOXIE Theatre

Costumer Jennifer Brawn Gittings, a local favorite whom the word inventive can always be applied to, bring laughter to the script’s dreamlike parables. Enron’s susceptible board members are the three blind mice; the greedy and persuadable Lehman Brothers firm are Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum in a single business suit, while the lawyers have a valley-girl drawl and gauzy Lazy Justice blindfolds. – Kristen N. Schweizer, Vanguard Culture

“The many and varied costumes (Jennifer Brawn Gittings) are impressive” – Pat Launer, Times of San Diego

From his ill-fitting beige slacks at the top of the show to his tailored form fitting suits on his rise to power, he carries the assurance of a successful, no worries con man, and he does it to perfection. Credit Jennifer Brawn Gittings for the costume designs. (Clothes do make the man.)” – Carol Davis, The Examiner

 Eddie Yaroch as Any Fastow, with Jo Anne Glover, Sandra Ruiz, and James P. Darvas as his Raptors - photo by Daren Scott

Eddie Yaroch as Any Fastow, with Jo Anne Glover, Sandra Ruiz, and James P. Darvas as his Raptors - photo by Daren Scott

Reviews for "El Henry" - La Jolla Playhouse in association with the San Diego REP

“…a bravura spectacle…”  “(The) technical team…worked magic, the level of which may not be appreciated completely by audiences.” – Bill Eadie, San Diego Story

“Jennifer Brawn Gittings should get a combat medal for her costumes if she ever returns from beyond the Thunderdome.” – James Hebert, San Diego Union Tribune

Photos by Jim Carmody

"Bravo to the design team as well.  Jennifer Brawn Gittings' costumes are outrageous and quite wonderful." - Jean Lowerison, San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

Reviews for "Crumbs from the Table of Joy" - MOXIE Theatre

"It's all about identity and connection, beautifully portrayed and supported by Tim Nottage's period-right sets, and Jennifer Brawn Gittings' just-right costumes."  "Superb production." - Jean Lowerison, SDGLN.com

"Lily dresses uptown to the max (fine costumes by Jennifer Brawn Gittings)" - Jeff Smith, San Diego Reader

 Deja Singer as Ermina and Cashae Monya as Lily - photo by Daren Scott

Deja Singer as Ermina and Cashae Monya as Lily - photo by Daren Scott