Costume Design

Costumes transform a character from the page to the stage. Students will assist and learn about the design process of taking an idea from conception to completion. Students will help brainstorm, design and create costumes that will help convey the director’s vision for the show. We will discuss ways to stick to a budget, will look into ways we can repurpose and reuse fabrics and clothing to create designs that are universal. Students will directly assist the costume designer with outfitting this year’s mainstage show from paper to stage. No sewing experience required but students will have intern opportunities for sewing, organizing and facilitating costuming for our fall mainstage productions. Taught by Stephanie Lafond.

Pandemic Note: Last semester we were pleasantly surprised with how well the students and staff were able to maintain CDC guidelines and state regulations in order to provide the opportunity for students to take classes, create, collaborate, and shine. Click here to read a summary of our policies, which will likely be revised as classes start back up. We will continue to monitor the guidelines and adjust as we are able to!

Tuition policies for 2020-2021: Tuition is $5 per half hour (so most classes are $10/hour). You will be billed monthly for each month of classes held. Additional fees for class materials are listed on the class pages (and in their descriptions). Normally, we do not offer refunds after the first two weeks of classes, but because we are in a pandemic, we will be offering refunds for any classes missed due to covid (but not for classes that met successfully or have a livestream option). Our full tuition policies are on our registration site.

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