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I’ve returned to the living from the land of the lung-funk! 🙂 Sorry for being so absent from this blog!
As some of you know, I was the costumer for a recent production of RED.
The play centers around painter Mark Rothko’s two-year struggle to complete a lucrative set of murals for Manhattan’s exclusive Four Seasons restaurant, and his fraught relationship with a seemingly naïve young assistant . Sadly, you can’t see it, as the production only ran one weekend and is now gone.
However, I needed something cute to wear for opening night! I chose this hot numba!
We are in some serious polyester granny dress territory here, folks! :/ The length is awful, the sleeves are poufy, and what’s up with that v-neck bib thing?
There were several changes to make before I hurried off to the museum for my big opening!
First, I got to cutting!
I decided to keep the v-neck bib thingy attached, but made it a muuuch deeper v, so it looks more like a collar. 🙂
I pinned all my raw edges down, and ran them through my machine!
And just like that, I was ready for my big premiere! 🙂
I’m really happy with this one! I love the stripes, the flowy sleeves, and that fun collar! 🙂
Here are some pics from the show (actually, the last dress rehearsal). Please forgive me for the shoddy photo quality, as these were taken with my humble tablet cam! :/ I’m glad I thought of bringing it though, as I haven’t seen any other pics from the show yet!