My AHS Capstone project was a series of set and costume designs for two different versions of Rand H’s Cinderella. One of these versions is designed for North Shore Music Theatre [an arena theater] and is set in mid‐18th century Western Europe while the other, designed for Wheelock Family Theater [aproscenium theater], is set in 1950s Laos. The goal of the project was to determine whether the design process changes based upon the context of the show [whether it’s set in an arena theater in the roundor in a regular proscenium theater, whether there’s a difference in the chronologic and/or geographic location of the play, etc.]. The accompanying sketchbook details the process of going from a first read of the script through to simple costume sketches and scale models, covering script analysis, research, and preliminary working sketches.
Zimmerman, Sarah, "Costume Designs" (2011). 2011 AHS Capstone Projects. 8.
18 Century Cinderella Everyday Dress.JPG (2101 kB)
18 Century Prince Ball Attire.JPG (1922 kB)
18 Century Prince Everyday Attire1.JPG (1883 kB)
18 Century Prince Everyday Attire2.JPG (1877 kB)
18 Century Stepmother Everyday Dress.JPG (2013 kB)
Laos Cinderella Ballgown.JPG (2133 kB)
Laos Prince Ball Attire.JPG (1888 kB)
Laos Cinderella Everyday Dress.JPG (1883 kB)
Laos Prince Everyday Attire.JPG (1959 kB)
Laos Stepmother Ballgown.JPG (2103 kB)
Laos Stepmother Everyday Dress.JPG (2426 kB)
Costume Designs.zipx (216209 kB)