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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Theater (1997) | History of Fashion Design

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Theater (1997)

This Show was Double-Cast. I do not especially think actors can be made to be cookie-cutter versions of one another, since they have different bodies and different styles of performance, so the costumes for the two casts only resemble each other insofar as they use the same color palate for the show as a whole.

Cast A, Performing on Thursday through Saturday Evenings:

georgea Costume for Shannon Luster as George

marthaa1t marthaa2 Costumes for Diana Williams as Martha

nicka Costume for Darryn Hewson as Nick

honeya1 Honeya2 Costumes for Cris Stone as Honey

Cast B, Performing on Matinees:

georgeb Costume for Dave Fields (aka Parker Thompson) as George

marthab1 MarthaB2 Costumes for Jessica Beck as Martha

nickb Costume for Calvin Alden as Nick

honeyb Costume for Jen Cross as Honey


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