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1 Costume Design and Makeup Ivy Eleanor

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3 Costumes help us distinguish a character’s status by adhering to stereotype notions of what is appropriate to each individual’s identity

4 The Functions of Costume Design The Costume Designer’s Skills Working Plans and Procedures Realizing the Designs The Costume Designer and the Actor

5 time and place

6 social and economic status

7 occupation

8 lifestyle

9 metaphor, symbol, or allegorical concept mood and atmosphere

10 convention / exaggeration

11 character relationships

12 importance of characters development of the dramatic action variety and unity alteration of the actor’s appearance changes in the 1960’s

13 The Functions of Costume Design The Costume Designer’s Skills Working Plans and Procedures Realizing the Designs The Costume Designer and the Actor

14 Visual artists --to communicate ideas to others through sketches Tailors and seamsters --to envision the garments Must be well grounded in social and cultural history (including the visual art, dance, and theatre) Must be able to analyze characters in the same way that actors do

15 The Functions of Costume Design The Costume Designer’s Skills Working Plans and Procedures Realizing the Designs The Costume Designer and the Actor

16 The Functions of Costume Design The Costume Designer’s Skills Working Plans and Procedures Realizing the Designs The Costume Designer and the Actor

17 The Functions of Costume Design The Costume Designer’s Skills Working Plans and Procedures Realizing the Designs The Costume Designer and the Actor

18 Catherine Zuber Born~ 1951, London Education~ Master of Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama Broadway~ The Red Shoes, Philadelphia, Here I Come!, London Assurance, The Sound of Music, Little Women, Doubt Theatre~ Gordon Theatre, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Guthrie Theatre, Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse Miscellaneous~ American Ballet Theatre, NY City Opera, Houston Grand Opera Awards~ 4 consecutive Tonys (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)

19 Catherine Zuber Awake and Sing!South Pacific

20 Catherine Zuber The Coast of UtopiaThe Light in the Piazza

21 Catherine Zuber Famous for her exhaustive research Makes precise garments to help characters convey their emotions Insists on using garments that may be too small in size for the audience to notice, because she believes that those designs could help the actors/actresses identify and clarify their characters.

22 Catherine Zuber Your task is to examine in close detail what is authentic, always keeping in mind that truth is stranger than fiction. (Designing costumes) combines building on what has already been discovered but being creative and thinking of new ways to look at the world.

23 The Cabinet of Dr. Calibari The Good Woman of SetzuanBuried Child

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25 It been considered as the actor’s responsibility. As a part of design on stage

26 The Function of makeup The makeup plot Types of makeup Makeup materials

27 Characterizes

28 Aids expressiveness Indicate performance style

29 The Function of makeup The makeup plot Types of makeup Makeup materials

30 Sketches: includes base color, liners, eye shadow, powder, special features

31 The Function of makeup The makeup plot Types of makeup Makeup materials

32 Painting_ color, highlights, shadows, other parts of the body Added plastic_ false noses, beards, wigs Prosthetic Three-dimensional elements

33 The Function of makeup The makeup plot Types of makeup Makeup materials

34 1. Base: composed of pigment suspended in an oily solution Face, neck, ears, skin 2. Lines, highlights, shadows are applied over the base Beards and moustaches Hair coloration_ hair whitener, wigs Last: powdered

35 Four categories: age groups straight or character makeup racial/ethnic types special painted effects

36 Costume and makeup aid the actor’s transformation into the character.

37 1. New York Daily News: _frank_langella_is_the_man_for_all_season.html 2. Wikipedia: 3. Waveland Press, Inc.: 4. IBDB: 5. The Metropolitan Opera: id= LIFE Magazine: cache.net/xc/ jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9C F1934B869679A269F9CCD0B848231AFB0984B01E70F2B References~

38 Thank you for listening


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