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Reading the Play Project at The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction Reading the Play (5D)

Read the Outline

"Reading The Play; Questions Costumers Should Ask"

Then read

Dark Lady of The Sonnets or

Juan in Hell (You must scroll 2/3rds of the way down this page before the text of the play begins) and ask yourself the questions in the outline. Write answers to these questions and post them to the

Message Board

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Product Links

From Page to Stage : How Theatre Designers Make Connections Between Scripts and Images From Page to Stage : How Theatre Designers Make Connections Between Scripts and Images

The Costume Designer's Handbook : A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional Costume Designers The Costume Designer's Handbook : A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional Costume Designers

The Costume Technician's Handbook : A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional Costume Technicians The Costume Technician's Handbook : A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional Costume Technicians

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Costume Step-By-Step : The Complete Guide to Designing and Making Stage Costumes for All Major Drama Periods and Genres

The Magic Garment : Principles of Costume Design The Magic Garment : Principles of Costume Design

Costume Construction Costume Construction

Elegantly Frugal Costumes : The Poor Man's Do-It-Yourself Costume Maker's Guide Elegantly Frugal Costumes : The Poor Man's Do-It-Yourself Costume Maker's Guide

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