Confronting Change: Designing Costumes for The Country Wife During a Global Pandemic
|Chiment, Marie Anne
|Embrey, Kathleen Frances
|The subject of this thesis is to document and reflect upon the design process for Temple University’s planned production of Rachel Atkins’ adaptation of William Wycherley’s The Country Wife. This account will discuss the process from inception through when production was postponed for public health reasons due to the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus COVID-19. This work will also serve to provide detailed descriptions of the costumes to be used by the costume shop to re-mount the production in August 2020.
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|The Country Wife
|Confronting Change: Designing Costumes for The Country Wife During a Global Pandemic
|Duer, Fred M.
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