Subseries - Dalhousie Theatre : St. Carman of the Main

Costume design for Carman : Act I Costume design for Carman : performances Costume design for chorus : Chris Little Costume design for chorus : two women Costume design for chorus : two women Costume design for chorus : man and woman Costume design for Gloria Costume design for Harelip Costume design for Maurice Costume design for Rose Beef Costume design for two men Costume design for large woman (Rose Beef?) Costume design for one woman (cowgirl?) Costume design for Carmen : first costume Costume design for chorus : Moyshe and Henri Costume design for one woman Costume design for one woman (cowgirl?) Costume design for one woman Costume design for Toothpick Costume design for Sandra Costume design for one woman

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Dalhousie Theatre : St. Carman of the Main

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  • 1990 (Creation)

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10 drawings : 40.5 x 51 cm - 11 drawings : 33 x 51 cm

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(1938 - 2019)

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File contains 21 costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of St. Carman of the Main. The title of the play may actually be spelled "St. Carmen of the Main." Ten of the sketches are cut out and mounted on corrugated cardboard, with collages of newspaper articles in the background. The other eleven sketches are pencil and coloured pencil sketches on heavyweight paper.

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