Nancy Bryant is a Canadian costumes designer for dance, theatre, opera and cinema. She collaborated with Crystal Pite for her works Parade and Plot Point created for the Dans Theater, The Tempest Replica with the company Kidd Pivot and Betroffenheit for Kidd Pivot and the Electric Company Theatre. She also worked with the Monte-Carlo Ballet, the Stuttgart Ballet, the Dance Theatre of Harlem, the British Columbia Ballet, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada. She has designed for theatre directors and artists such as Stan Douglas, Helen Lawrence, Morris Panych for many of his productions (among which The Overcoat) and Kim Collier for Tear the Curtain. She designed costumes for a few theatres in Vancouver, where she has been living for twenty-five years, but also for Canadian companies like The Shaw Festival and the Canadian Stage. Nancy Bryant designed costumes for the operas Sweeney Todd (Sondheim), L’Opéra de quat’sous (Weill) at the Vancouver Opera, The Gold of the Rhine, Der Fliegende Holländer (Wagner), Rodelinda (Haendel) and The Rake’s Progress (Stravinsky) at the Pacific Opera Victoria.