Tara Webb collaborates on theater and dance productions that often include substantial multimedia components and current costume adventures abound in academic settings such as University of Pennsylvania, Rowan University, Juniata College, MIT, Swarthmore College, and Drexel University.

Work In Philadelphia Includes:
Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England by Madeleine George directed by Brooke O’Harra for University of Pennsylvania Theater Program (2017); Hamlet by William Shakespeare, The Samuel Beckett Circus inspired by Beckett’s shorts, and Middletown by Will Eno for Juniata College Theater Program (2015-2016); 27 with New Paradise Laboratories (2012); Return, Return, Departure, Midway Avenue and The Garden for Nichole Canuso Dance Company (2012-2014); It’s High Time I Said Something with the Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret (2015) as well as numerous student and faculty productions at Swarthmore College (2009-present).

Work In New York Includes:
The Accountant for Trey Lyford at HERE Arts Center (2017), Cynthia Hopkins’ internationally toured productions of Accidental Nostalgia, Must Don’t Whip ‘Em, and Failure of Success (2003-2009), A Gentleman Caller for Clubbed Thumb at the Ohio Theatre (2008), Koosilja Hwang in Deadman Dancing and mecha(Output) (2006-2007), Young Jean Lee’s The Appeal at Soho Rep (2004), Theatre of the Two-Head Calf’s Major Barbara at LaMama, John Jesarun’s staging of the Harry Parch opera Delusion of the Fury at the Japan Society as well as many other individual commissions including works for visual artists Angie Eng and Michael Anderson (2003-2004). Assisted costume and video designers for the Wooster Group’s productions of House/Lights, North Atlantic, Hairy Ape, To You The Birdie! and the restaging of Brace Up! (2003) from 1998 to 2004. Collaborated with the Collapsable Giraffe from 1999 to 2007 as a performer, costumer, and video artist and has also worked with the St. Ann’s Warehouse and the West Bay Opera Company as wardrobe.