Jane Alois Stein's Costume Designs include the Off Broadway productions of Bill W. and Dr. Bob for the New World Stages, Persephone for BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Israel Horovitz's Lebensraum for the Miranda Theatre. Regional Theatre credits include Adam Rapp's Animals and Plants for American Repertory Theatre; A Midsummer Night's Dream for American Repertory Theatre Institute; Painting It Red for Berkeley Repertory; A Lesson From Aloes for Repertory Theatre Of St. Louis; Sweeney Todd for Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Uncle Broadway at the Royal George Theatre of Chicago, and King Lear for New Repertory Theatre. Work at other theatre's include designs for American Stage Festival, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, Commonwealth Shakespeare, Gloucester Stage Company, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Theatre By The Sea.
Opera productions include designs for The Opera Theatre Of St. Louis, and the Boston Musica Viva.
For Television Jane designed the wardrobe of Russell Baker for WGBH Masterpiece Theatre.
Jane is the head of Costume Design/Technology for the Theatre Department of Virginia Tech. Previously she taught Scenic and Costume Design at Wheaton College for 12 years. She is a member of United Scenic Artists local 829, United States Institute For Theatre Technology, and The Costume Society Of America.