9-25 - Theatre I Costume Design a The Costume i Characters Garments and Accessories 1 Purse Cane and Jewelry 2 Hairdressing Makeup and Masks a

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9/25/07 I. Costume Design a. The Costume i. Characters Garments and Accessories 1. Purse, Cane, and Jewelry 2. Hairdressing, Makeup, and Masks a. Glasses, Facial Hair b. Functions Of Clothing i. Protection 1. Original Purpose for Clothing ii. Occasions 1. Weddings, Funerals, Graduation Ceremony iii. Occupation iv. Identification c. Costume History i. Actors In Charge 1. Actors owned the costumes 2. The more costumes you owned, the more roles you could play, so it was a leverage tool ii. Increasing Control and Detail 1. Theatres got control over the costume. They were very strict. They only let you wear it on stage. iii. Major Industry 1. Dance, movies, ice shows, circus all use costume design d. Costume Personnel i. Designers 1. Do research to make it accurate ii. Costume Shop Manager 1. Keeps charge of inventory of costumes iii. Build Crew 1. Put together the costumes 2. Different levels a. Stichers b. Sewers c. Wigmasters iv. Run Crew 1. Make sure costumes are ready for actors before and during
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course THE 2000 taught by Professor Osbourne during the Fall '07 term at FSU.

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9-25 - Theatre I Costume Design a The Costume i Characters Garments and Accessories 1 Purse Cane and Jewelry 2 Hairdressing Makeup and Masks a

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