WordPress database error: [Invalid default value for 'created']
CREATE TABLE wp_aiowps_debug_log (
id bigint(20) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
level varchar(25) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
message text NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
type varchar(25) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
created datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
PRIMARY KEY (id)
)DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci;
Welcome to Part 3 of our series inside the costume shop with The Metromaniacs. Sandra Thomas, First Hand in the STC costume shop, documents the process of bringing a costume to life from the designer to the actor. Join us for an inside peek of designer Murell Horton’s luxurious designs for The Metromaniacs. (See Part 1 here) (See Part 2 here)
Part 3. Finishing Details
A great deal of time is spent getting the detail work just right on the elegant costumes of The Metromaniacs. Here, Costume Designer Murell Horton and Draper Randall Exton discuss trim placement on the muslin mock-up for “Dorante’s” jacket and study trim options.
Different trim placements are tested on the mock-up waistcoat and coat, and then on the real fabric pieces.
Many of the patterns on the costumes were created through silk screening. Murell discusses silk screen options with Josh Kelley, Lead Crafts Artisan, who creates the screens.
Actor Anthony Roach has a final fitting in his “Dorante” costume.
To complete the look, custom made shoes were commissioned for several of the actors.
The final costume in action on Anthony Roach, with Amelia Pedlow as “Lucille.”
A big thank you to Sandra and everyone in our costume shop for making this backstage series possible!
The Metromaniacs plays thruogh March 8 in the Lansburgh Theatre.