This costume design and build was for a promotional event with The Welders in Washington, DC. The task given was to create a “period costume,” that incorporated some aspect of menstruation. I chose to base my idea around the ubiquitous giant grey sweatpants nearly every sufferer of heavy periods has had to wear at least… Continue reading Costume Design/Build – “Period Costume”
Ah, Wilderness! | Playwright: Eugene O’Neill I toyed with ink sketching in the style of Charles Dana Gibson. Click to enlarge
Summer & Smoke | Playwright: Tennessee Williams My greatest challenge was to design costumes that could be quick-rigged in layers for the character Alma’s multiple quick changes.
On the Verge | Playwright: Eric Overmyer Three adventurous women from 1888 begin walking through the jungle and slowly realize they are walking forward through time. Click to enlarge.
Director: Krista Cowan | Playwright: William Shakespeare | Scenic Designer: Sasha Goldstein | Theater: The Madeira School | Photographer: C. Stanley Photography Design for The Madeira School, an all-girl private boarding and day school. Click to enlarge.
“Brittany Graham’s costuming is amazing…. Costume choices for Kurt enhanced his lonely, lost boy blues.” – Bev Fleischer, DC Metro Theater Arts Director: Jason Schlafstein | Playwright: Hunter Styles | Scenic Design: Andrew Berry | Sound Designer: Kenny Neal | Photography: Fight Guy Photography World Premiere. Part of a double-bill titled UNPLUGGED with Seamus Sullivan’s Me and the… Continue reading Costume Design – “all apologies”
“Brittany Graham’s costuming is amazing. A particular wonder was the transformation of Katie Jeffries from Janis in All Apologies, into Tamara, as a Tina Fey-lookalike Anti-Christ in Me and the Devil Blues. That alone is worth the price of admission” – Bev Fleischer, DC Metro Theater Arts Director: Jason Schlafstein | Playwright: Seamus Sullivan |… Continue reading Costume Design – “Me and the Devil Blues”
Director: Krista Cowan | Photographer: C. Stanley Photography | Builds/Enhancements: Scarecrow, Glinda, Jitterbug, Tin Man, Crows, Lion, Monkeys Design for The Madeira School, an all-girl private boarding and day school. Design concept: a high-fashion retelling of The Wizard of Oz based on the set, which was inspired by the paintings of Gustav Klimt and Natasha Westcoat.… Continue reading Costume and Wig Design – “The Wizard of Oz”
DC 48-Hour Film Festival Submission by Flying V Theatre| Director: Colin Grube | Screenplay: Zach Fernebok
Director: Deb Randall | Playwright: Andrea Lepcio | Photography: Aga A narrator describes her sister’s battle with breast cancer. Challenge: building a bra piece that would allow the actor to leave stage with two breasts and reemerge a handful of lines later with only one. Click to enlarge.