Lesley Macaulay has been working in the Theatre department for 21 years, teaching costume design and drawing. She began her illustrious career at the National Film Board as a background artist and illustrator for 5 years. The Stratford Festival soon followed, where she worked for 8 years. She started as a design assistant, then became the sets and costumes designer for Macbeth, Antigone, The Beaux’ Stratagem. She also had the pleasure of working 4 years at the National Arts Centre, designing costume and set for Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!, The Life and Crimes of Al Capone, Good, Terminal Blues. After having worked as costumes/props fabricator on Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Joseph and several films she was asked to join the Professional Theatre program.