Later today I’m posting information about a wonderful production, “A Conversation with Edith Head” that will be at the Pasadena Playhouse November 8th – December 1st…

But, first I’d like  you to see some theatrical wardrobe design and construction from 1928 – just a few years after Edith Head started working in movies.

The sketches:

Working on the wardrobe out in the sun in the theater forecourt:

And then there were the masks for Eugene O’Neill’s “Lazarus Laughed”:

Working on the masks:

Back out in the sun, 1928:

One comment

  1. It is like a dream version of the Hacienda that Ramona grew up in…. Now I DID go to Hemet to see the Ramona Pageant. Loretta Young and Don Amechi both played in it years ago before they did there film version.

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