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``Who would have thought a fearsome lizard such as Gutrah could have sprung forth from an old undershirt, some stuffing, and some hideously tacky fabric?'' - Sarah Schlesinger, speaking of costuming for the hilarious Destruction of Tokyo, from WPI Masque's New Voices 12.

Figure 2.1: A scene from the 1996 WPI Masque production of Rostund's Cyrano de Bergerac, showing a variety of costumes.


Steve Richardson 2000-07-06

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