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Village Voices: How to Become a Designing Woman

Join Capitol Hill Village on Monday, December 7 at 7 pm for a lively hour of costumes and conversation with theatrical wardrobe designer Donna Breslin.

Do you need to dress a devil? Sew ruffles for Bizet’s Carmen? Find a jacket fit for a World War I soldier or a siren of the sea? Donna Breslin knows how to meet these clothing challenges and many more. She will talk about skills and inspiration needed to create a theatrical wardrobe as she shows us examples of her work.

Long interested in dance, drama and performance, Donna entered the field of theatrical costume design when she moved to Capitol Hill after a technology career in Wisconsin. Since 2009 she has been Resident Costume Designer for The In Series, a local opera and musicals company.

Click here to participate. Free and open to the public. Village Voices lectures are sponsored by Capitol Hill Village


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