Beth Uber is a freelance draper and owner of ThreadLine Studios and Uber Costume. Graduating with a BFA in Costume Production from the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Beth began her professional career in the Minneapolis and Seattle areas. She moved to Chicago and began working at Chicago Shakespeare Theater in 2010. Beth draped on more than 25 productions at CST, including Follies, School for Lies, Elizabeth Rex, and Sunday in the Park with George. Having made many professional connections in her 5 years at CST, Beth left the company to start two businesses: ThreadLine Studios, a shared costume work space available to rent and Uber Costume, an independent shop which creates costumes for theater, opera, and dance. Since opening in 2015, Uber Costume has contributed costumes to over 70 productions at 25 companies. She was the recipient of the Robert Christen Award for Excellence in Technical Collaboration at the 2018 Michael Merritt Awards.