The Costume Supervisor’s Toolkit explores the responsibilities of a costume supervisor within a theatrical, opera or dance production company. Rebecca Pride provides an insight into all manner of processes, beginning with a de nition of the role, and offers explanations of the timeline from the rst design meetings, leading all the way up to managing ttings and nal rehearsals. This how-to guide outlines best working practices, including building a team and creating a Costume Bible, while also providing helpful resources such as sizing guides, a list of useful addresses, and case studies from renowned theatrical organizations.
Rebecca Pride is Course Leader for the award-winning BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design course at the Arts University Bournemouth. She spent 15 years prior to her career as an academic working as a costume and set designer in the professional theatre. Her work at the Arts University has included producing numerous costume-led lm projects, including Wimbledon 1936–1937, Storytelling from an Original Point of View, Glass Slippers, La Passarella, Reverie, Vampyr and Moulin Rouge.
|Publication title||The Costume Supervisor’s Toolkit Supervising Theatre Costume Production from First Meeting to Final Performance|
|Publishers name||Routledge 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017|
|Number of pages||1|
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