Just a few hours prior to the 2004 Tony Awards, Entertainment Design sat down with costume design nominee Mark Thompson to talk about his work on Bombay Dreams, a show that also featured his sets. His previous nomination had been for the design of Arcadia in 1995. In subsequent years, Thompson designed the costumes and sets for Blast!, The Blue Room, Art, Life (x) 3, and Mamma Mia. However, on this particular Sunday, he lost out to Susan Hilferty's Wicked wardrobe, but he didn't seem too ...

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