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Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Re: Boston Bound

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  • Kathy Hannon (no longer Pawl)
    Thank you again for the information - moving is always stressful, but having some ideas and links is really helping releive some of the tension. I don t feel
    Message 1 of 7 , Feb 17, 2006
      Thank you again for the information - moving is always stressful, but having some ideas and links is really helping releive some of the tension. I don't feel so much that I'm jumping into the unknown.

      I should be "up there" (in a place yet to be determined) by the end of March. If any of you are local to "wherever I end up" please feel free to drop by for a cup of tea!

      Lorraine Reynolds <glimmeringprize@...> wrote:
      Hey Kathy-
      I live in VT and can relate to the lack of employment, especially as a costume designer.
      What I've done is split my time, by day I'm a fitting spec diva for an outdoors apparel
      company. Think snowboards. And by night I design costumes (usually four shows a year)
      for various theatre groups. The technical design/fit specialist keeps my patterning, fitting
      and organizational skills in check and the designing keeps my creative soul alive. That
      said there are a some great little theatres in Boston. The Dorset Theatre Festival Dorset
      VT puts out a directory (updated yearly) of all the theatres in New England. (http://
      dorsettheatrefestival.com/)

      There's also a handful of apparel manufacturers left in BOSTON who need people who
      know their way around a garment.

      Good Luck!



      --- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, "Kathy Hannon \(no longer Pawl\)"
      <lotsakats1@...> wrote:
      >
      > Already doing all that thanks - I'm just trying to connect with any people who live in that
      area - I don't know too many people there and some friends would be nice.
      >
      > Julia Trimarco <eilonwy14@...> wrote: Check out ArtSearch, at www.tcg.org. You need
      to subscribe to ArtSearch to get the listings (in the mail on paper, or online), but they are
      the most widely used by regional theatres. Some free sites to try are theatrejobs.com, and
      playbill.com
      >
      > Kathy <lotsakats1@...> wrote: I'm thinking about moving to the Boston area, things in
      beautiful
      > rural upstate NY are indeed beautiful, but employment is sorely
      > lacking. I have friends near and around the Worcester area and I've
      > signed on with OfficeTeam, a temporary employment agency in
      > Westborough - office day job kind of stuff, I've worked with other
      > locations they have in Arizona and Maryland and have had pretty good
      > luck with them
      >
      > I'll be doing some Rennfaire and LARP costumes for friends and I'm
      > looking for some kind of theatre stuff to do to help keep my sanity -
      > wardrobe, dresser, alterations and the like. Anyone out there have
      > any suggestions?
      >
      > I'm looking at the end of March or April as a launch date.
      >
      > Thanks!
      >
      > Kathy - who will ALWAYS be a Yankee fan where ever she lives...
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