FIGHTING FOR TRUTH: COSTUME DESIGNING TEMPLE UNIVERSITY’S PRODUCTION OF AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
|Chiment, Marie Anne
|Compton, Hannah Rose
|This thesis describes the creative process used when designing costumes for Temple University’s Fall 2019 production of An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller. It follows the authors journey from initial impressions, through the designs reaching the stage. Subjects will include working with an adaptation, research, character analysis, problem solving the rental process, and the collaborative nature of construction. Finally, the author will reflect on her successes and challenges in bringing the show to the stage.
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|FIGHTING FOR TRUTH: COSTUME DESIGNING TEMPLE UNIVERSITY’S PRODUCTION OF AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
|Duer, Fred M.
|Giamatti, Marcus, 1961-
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