If one man's trash is another man's treasure, then the stage of Broadway's Plymouth Theatre is indeed a treasure trove as designer Tobin Ost trolled New York City's seamier side to assemble the costumes for Brooklyn. A streetwise fairy tale, Brooklyn is populated by denizens of the mean streets who take the audience from Paris to Vietnam to Carnegie Hall. So the characters find themselves in costumes constructed from garbage bags, discarded potato chip bags, Christmas tinsel, “caution” tape, ...

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