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Costume design for Holofernes and Sister Nathaniel

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1996 production of Love's Labour's Lost. The costumes are for Holofernes and Sister Nathaniel and the sketch shows two female figures wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch. The sketch is covered by a sheet of clear plastic which is attached to the sketch on all four sides with masking tape.

Costume design for 2 and 4 "Muscovites"

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1996 production of Love's Labour's Lost. The costumes are for two Muscovites and the sketch shows two figures wearing the costumes. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch. The sketch is covered by a sheet of clear plastic which is attached to the sketch on all four sides with masking tape.

Costume design for Princess of France

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1996 production of Love's Labour's Lost. The costume is for the Princess of France and the sketch shows one figure wearing the costume. There are also notes about three ladies in waiting on the sketch. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch. The sketch is covered by a sheet of clear plastic which is attached to the sketch on all four sides with masking tape.

Costume design for Jaquenetta

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1996 production of Love's Labour's Lost. The costume is for Jaquenetta and the sketch shows one figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Julia, Lady Fulbank

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of The Lucky Chance. The costume is for a character named Julia, Lady Fulbank. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches attached to the sketch. The sketch is covered by a clear plastic sheet which is taped on around the edges with masking tape.

Costume design for Sir Cautious Fulbank

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of The Lucky Chance. The costume is for a character named Sir Cautious Fulbank "in full sail." The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches attached to the sketch.

Costume design for Gayman

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of The Lucky Chance. The costume is for a character named Gayman "in reduced circumstances." The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Gayman's good clothes

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of The Lucky Chance. The costume is "good clothes" for a character named Gayman. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches attached to the sketch.

Costume design for Gammer Grime

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of The Lucky Chance. The costume is for a character named Gammer Grime. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Messer Nicia

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mandragola. The costume is for a character named Messer Nicia. The sketch shows a large close-up of the mask and a small figure wearing the entire costume.

Costume design for Sostrata

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mandragola. The costume is for a character named Sostrata. The sketch shows a large close-up of the mask and a small figure wearing the entire costume.

Costume design for man wearing Financial Times

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The costume is for an unidentified man who is wearing a poncho made out of the Financial times. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume. The name "Steven Tobias" is written on the sketch.

Costume design for two fairies

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The costumes are for two fairies. The sketch shows two figures wearing the costume.

Costume design for Flute

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The costume is for a character named Flute and the sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Puck

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The costume is for Puck, played by Christine Walker. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for One-Eye

Item is a watercolour and gouache sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. The costume is for a character named One-Eye. The sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Louis XIV : first costume

Item is a watercolour and gouache sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. The costume is the first costume for Louis XIV. The sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Louis XIV : second costume

Item is a watercolour and gouache sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. The costume is the second costume for Louis XIV. The sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for courtier

Item is a watercolour and gouache sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. The costume is for a courtier in a red suit. The sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume.

Scene 2 : Kiss My Hands

Item is a watercolour, pastel, and pencil sketch of a costume and set design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1991 production of The Possibilities. The sketch is for scene 2, "Kiss my Hands." The sketch shows six figures, three of whom are wearing military uniforms and holding weapons. The other three figures are wearing pajamas and appear to be a mother, father, and son. The father's hands are bound and he is being led away by one of the military people.

Scene 6 : The Dumb Woman's Ecstasy

Item is a watercolour, pastel, and pencil sketch of a costume and set design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1991 production of The Possibilities. The sketch is for scene 6, "The Dumb Woman's Ecstasy." The sketch shows one female figure and two male figures standing together and wearing costumes. One of the male figures is holding a bag that says "La Coutlier de la Torture."

Scene 10 : Not Him

Item is a watercolour, pastel, and pencil sketch of a costume and set design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1991 production of The Possibilities. The sketch is for scene 10, "Not Him." The sketch shows two female figures and one male figure. The male figure is holding a bag of severed heads.

Costume design for Bonville and Madame Bonville

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costume is for two characters named Bonville and Madame Bonville. The sketch shows one male figure and one female figure wearing the costumes.

Costume design for Evaline

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costume is for a character named Evaline. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Henry, Sabine, and Mother Metz

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costumes are for three characters named Henry, Sabine, and Mother Metz. The sketch shows Henry and Mother Metz leaning on a cart full of corpses while Sabine sits on top of it.

Costume design for Le Grue

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costume is for a character named Le Grue. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume and holding a staff.

Costume design for Sonnerie

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costume is for a character named Sonnerie. The sketch shows one figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Father Toulon and Archbishop Monselet

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costumes are for two characters named Father Toulon and Archbishop Monselet. The sketch shows two male figures wearing the costumes.

Costume design for Camille and Marie

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1995 production of Red Noses. The costumes are for two whores or courtesans named Camille and Marie. The sketch shows two female figures wearing the costumes.

Costume design for David

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1982 production of The Rivals. The costume is for a character named David. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Sir Anthony Absolute

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1982 production of The Rivals. The costume is for a character named Sir Anthony Absolute. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Bob Acres in a new suit

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1982 production of The Rivals. The costume is for a character named Bob Acres wearing a new suit. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Faulkland

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1982 production of The Rivals. The costume is for a character named Faulkland. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches attached to the sketch.

Costume design for Romeo

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1987 production of Romeo and Juliet. The costume is for Romeo and the sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume. The sketch is mounted on a dark red matboard.

Costume design for Balthazar

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1987 production of Romeo and Juliet. The costume is for Balthazar and the sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume. The sketch is mounted on a dark red matboard.

Costume design for Sampson

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1987 production of Romeo and Juliet. The costume is for Sampson and the sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume. The sketch is mounted on a dark red matboard.

Costume design for Sally

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1984 production of Rose. The costume is for a character named Sally. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume, along with notes about the costume.

Costume design for Davis

Item is a photocopy of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of The Sea. The costume is for a character named Davis. The sketch shows one female figure wearing the costume and holding a tray with a teapot.

Costume design for the Vicar

Item is a photocopy of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1983 production of The Sea. The costume is for a character called the Vicar. The sketch shows one male figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for Nina : Act IV

Item is a sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1979 production of The Sea Gull. The sketch is executed in watercolour and gouache. The costume is for a character named Nina to wear in Act IV. The sketch shows a female figure wearing the costume. There are fabric swatches pinned to the sketch.

Costume design for Sorin

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1979 production of The Sea Gull. The sketch is drawn in pencil on tissue paper. The costume is for a character named Sorin. The sketch shows a male figure wearing the costume. There are also notes about Sorin's costumes in each act.

Costume design for Nina : Act I

Item is a photocopy of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1979 production of The Sea Gull. The costume is for a character named Nina in Act I. The sketch shows a female figure wearing the costume.

Costume design for woman in blue dress with mask

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The sketch shows and unidentified woman wearing a blue and purple gown and holding a mask.

Costume design for woman at costume ball

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The costume is for a woman at the costume ball. The sketch shows one figure wearing a blue and purple cloak and holding a mask.

Costume design for woman at costume ball

Item is a watercolour sketch of a costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The costume is for a woman at the costume ball. The sketch shows one figure wearing a black, red, pick, and yellow dress and holding a mask.

Costume design for Gertrude, Helena, Queen Margaret

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The sketch shows two costumes for an actor named Linda Smilestone who played Gertrude, Helena, and Queen Margaret. The sketch shows two figures wearing the costumes. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch.

Costume design for lady at ball, Maria

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The sketch shows two costumes for an actor named Joy Renzi who played a lady at the ball and Maria The sketch shows two figures wearing the costumes. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch.

Costume design for lady at ball, Lady Richard II

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The sketch shows two costumes for an actor named Susan Porter who played a lady at the ball and Lady Richard II. The sketch shows two figures wearing the costumes. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch.

Costume design for party guest, Ophelia, Juliet

Item is a pencil sketch of a costume design from Dalhousie Theatre's 1990 production of Shakespeare's Women. The sketch shows three costumes for an actor named Heather Nurnberg who played a party guest, Ophelia, and Juliet. The sketch shows three figures wearing the costumes. There are fabric swatches taped to the sketch.
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