Ms. Hanson – Theater Director

What does the “The History of Costume” by Braun & Schneider feature in their (c.1861-1880) publication? What countries are represented in the text? Which major period is represented?

 

What was specific to the Elizabethan Costumes?

 

What special costume piece was a major symbol of Greek Theater? How or why was “Tragedy” used to symbolize Greek Theater?

 

How are historical Asian costumes different from the other countries in the Western world?

 

What types of undergarments have been used with Theater costumes?

 

Useful Websites for Costume History:

Fashion of the Centuries http://world4.eu/

http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-costume.htm

https://greektheatre.wordpress.com/home/

https://prezi.com/5jjy5aurfrca/ancient-greek-theatre-masks-and-costumes/

http://historyoffashiondesign.com/timeline-of-costume-history/

Asian costumes – http://www.indiana.edu/~librcsd/etext/tilke/

Japanese Costume

https://prezi.com/ntpju2yioshh/costumes-wigs-and-make-up-of-modern-theatre/

 

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