wardrobe mistress

wardrobe mistress

n
(Theatre) a person responsible for maintaining and sometimes making the costumes in a theatre
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wardrobe mistress

ncostumista
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BOOK OF THE WEEK THE WARDROBE MISTRESS by Patrick McGrath, Hutchinson, PS14.
Wardrobe mistress Rosalind Ebbutt said: "Between the start of the 19th century up to 1850 there was a change in style and we were able to echo Victoria growing up and turning into an adult with this change of silhouette.
On the last job I did we were all in suits and the wardrobe mistress kept telling me off for losing too much weight
He pointed out: She was kind to everyone; whether you are Lea, Regine or Martin or a wardrobe mistress, utility boy or setman, it's all the same to her.
My feet wouldn't fit in the little Mary Jane shoes Laurey wore, so the wardrobe mistress cut out a pair of house slippers.
Looking at the drab clobber some of TV actresses get stuck with makes you think the wardrobe mistress comes just behind the guy who picks gaffer tape up off the studio floor in the on-set pecking order.
Melody's previous jobs include working as a dresser and wardrobe mistress to Mickey Mouse and the gang on a Disney Cruise Line, she toured across Europe with Jesus Christ Superstar and worked on The Colourful Canterbury Tales for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Finished with the IOU, she is offered a serendipitous opportunity to join a traveling vaudeville troupe as the wardrobe mistress, which leads her to San Francisco.
DROOLING over the idea of detoxing my wardrobe with the genius "intimate wardrobe rehab" service from Wardrobe Mistress.
They shoehorned me into his outfits and the wardrobe mistress just turned to me and said, 'Don't worry about it, there will be a little bit more give on the night'.
Amy, a former gymnast and Rhyl High School drama teacher, has previously worked in London as an assistant wardrobe mistress in musicals.
While Colin falls under Marilyn's spell and extinguishes a burgeoning romance with wardrobe mistress Lucy (Emma Watson), the screen siren argues with her husband, writer Arthur Miller (Dougray Scott).