Re: The Crucible Costuming
- Well, they WERE British, so it would make sense. It could be very
striking, too, really emphasizing their power and the violence
inherent in their authority to damn others.
--- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, Donna Barnes-Haesemeyer
> I read McClellan's 1904 Historic Dress in America,
> which makes a case for 17th-century American judges'
> robes being red, following British custom. Can anyone
> confirm or refute this? I am considering putting
> Danforth and Hathorne in red in our upcoming
> production of The Crucible.
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