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Unformatted text preview: Milo Klos 12/09/2007 THEA 119 Neal Easterling Costume Design A costume designer is a very key member to a production team, who is normally made up of a lighting, costume, set, and makeup designer. The costume designer usually makes hats, footwear, assorted shirts, and the like, but occasionally they will aid in the makeup design. At times, they will design specialized costumes, like the full body suits used in the stage musical Cats. While they have some free reign to let their vision lead them in their design, there are some restraints; the director will most certainly have some sort of vision for how he wants his show to be designed, and if one of his designers steps out of line, they will probably be fired from their job. Also, when designing a characters costume, a designer must make sure that an actor will still be able to move around stage,...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course THEA 119 taught by Professor Easterling during the Fall '07 term at South Carolina.
- Fall '07