Ornate as a Greek Actor

Directing the McCall Children’s Theater play “Phaeton and the Sun Chariot” by Wim Coleman, I was inspired to keep costumes simple like the ancient Greeks did. I dressed young actors all in black and adroned them with symbolic representation for their characters. In ancient Greek theater the actors wore everyday togas and wore masks to portray their characters and to change characters so I wanted my young actors and audiences to have a similar experience. I designed the costumes but it was my creative Costume Manager who created these wonderful ornate head garlands. Creative parents crafted the Sun Chariot. I will post more photos and information from the play after the show ends this weekend. I lost control of my blogging schedule as my rehearsal schedule intensified. For more images in the Wordpress Weekly Photo Challenge: Ornate click here.

Winter
WINTER
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
SUMMER AND FALL
FLAMING MOTHER EARTH
FLAMING MOTHER EARTH
THE SUN CHARIOT
THE SUN CHARIOT
SIGN CREATED BY A PARENT, MASKS CREATED BY ME
SIGN CREATED BY A PARENT, MASKS CREATED BY ME
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