ANNEALING FEAR: Designing Costumes for The Crucible

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This thesis outlines the steps taken from conception to execution and the written and visual record of the costume designs for The Crucible. The play was produced in the McLeod Theater at Southern Illinois University Carbondale which opened on October 4, 2006. The first chapter is an analysis and research of the script, the characters, the author, and the situation surrounding the author’s reasons for writing the play. It also includes research into the style of Expressionism. Chapter two explains the design research and challenges of designing in expressionistic style. Chapter three explains the individual design choices for each character. Chapter four is an account of the process taken in implementing the designs. Chapter five explores my evaluation of the process and other evaluations carried out during and after the production. The appendix contains reproductions of my costume renderings, photographs of the production, research images and paperwork associated with the... More > process.< Less
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Deana M. Luetkenhaus
September 30, 2011
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