Costume Design – “Imagination Meltdown Adventure”

Director: Lex Davis | Playwright: Frank Cervarich | Theater: Pointless Theatre Company | Original Music by Aaron Bliden | Photographer: Andrew Bossi World Premiere; Capital Fringe Festival Loosely based on Joseph Campbell’s A Hero’s Journey, Imagination Meltdown Adventure involves a drunken wish, magic, songs, and puppets. Click to enlarge.

Costume Design – “Hellspawn II: Black Aggie Speaks”

Directors: Lee Mikeska Gardner and Mary Resing | Theater: Active Cultures | Photographer: Kate DeAngelis and Brittany Graham Three spooky ghost stories premiered as a sequel to a previous Halloween show of short plays, Hellspawn: Plays the Devil Made Us Write. World Premiere. Faceless, by Mary Resing; What Fresh Hell, by Alexandra Petri; and Grief, by Michael John Garces….

Costume Design – “TOUGH!”

Director: Jason Schlafstein | Playwright: George F. Walker | Theater: Flying V Theatre | Photographer: Chelsie Lloyd Three friends meet on the playground to discuss some very adult subjects.

Costume Design – “In the Goldfish Bowl”

Director: Deb Randall | Playwright: Kay Rhodes | Theater: Venus Theatre | Photographer: C. Stanley Photography Four women on death row in Texas discuss their lives and the circumstances that brought them there.

Costume Design – “Helen of Sparta”

Director: Deb Randall | Playwright: Jacob M. Appel | Theater: Venus Theatre | Photographer: C. Stanley Photography A humorous modern-ish retelling of the story of Helen of Troy, from Helen’s perspective.

Costume Design – “Why’d Ya Make Me Wear This, Joe?”

Director: Deb Randall | Playwright: Vanda | Theater: Venus Theatre | Photographer: Lisa Helfert Photography A grandmother and her granddaughter go through memories of a painful past: two women fall in love when their men go away to fight in World War II, and all four are forced back into their heads as they enter…

Costume Design – “not such stuff”

Director: Deb Randall | Playwright: chris wind | Theater: Venus Theatre | Photographer: Lisa Helfert Photography and Brittany Graham Shakespeare’s women appear in various states of undress as they are each given the soliloquy Shakespeare himself never allowed them.