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November 30, 2008

First Dress for A Christmas Carol

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 10:17 pm

Tonight was the first dress rehearsal for A Christmas Carol, A Ghost Story of Christmas.    Hats off to Costumer Barbara Young and her volunteer and TheatreWings High School Apprentice costume crew who have created well over 250 costumes for our biggest and most spectacular Christmas Carol ever.  While we begin with costumes used in the past, each year scores of new costumes are added and of course the older costumes all have to be refurbished and modified for the actors in this year’s production.  It’s quite a task and Barbara and her crew who have been at work since last summer to create this year’s amazing costume extraganza. Of course the 250+ costumes are only a part of the spectacle.  There are 10 sets (three of which are brand new this year), not to mention  hundreds of lighting and sound cues plus spirits that literally fly through the air.  It’s quite a show but after over 1000 man (and woman) hours, it’s almost ready!   


(40 Member Cast of Christmas Carol

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