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Rebekah Priebe, MFA

Associate Professor of Theatre


Originally from Kansas, Rebekah Priebe moved to Ohio in 2013 to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree at The Ohio State University. Throughout her education and work as a freelance designer, she has designed costumes for productions in Kansas, Ohio, and New York. She has also had the opportunity to work in many other areas of theatre, giving her a well-balanced perspective on the industry. She is a member of United States Institute for Theatre Technology.

Education and Credentials

  • M.F.A. in Costume Design, The Ohio State University 
  • M.A. in Theatre, Kansas State University 
  • B.A. in English/Drama, Friends University

Scholarly Works

  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] (Diane C. Merchant, Robert Clements, Tim Phipps, et al.) Theatre Productions (2017)
  • Screwtape Rewired (Rebekah Priebe) Art, Design, and Theatre Faculty Creative Activity (2017)
  • The Music Man (Rebecca M. Baker, Robert Clements, Tim Phipps, et al.) Theatre Productions (2017)
  • From Napkins to Renderings: The Evolution of a Design (Rebekah Priebe) Graduate Theatre Syndicate Symposium - “A Question of Survival: Adaptation/Abstraction in Performance” (2016)  
  • From University Wits to Rude Mechanicals: The Value of Campus Productions (Rebekah Priebe) Canadian Association for Theatre Research (2015)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


  • Hobbies: Reading, sewing, crocheting, knitting, thrift shopping, antique shopping
  • Why I'm at Cedarville: I am so glad to be at Cedarville because of the welcoming, encouraging environment present every day. It is a blessing to be able to discuss and participate in arts through a Christian worldview and use the arts to spread the Gospel of Christ.