Costume designer Marjorie Slaiman died on September 13, in Fairfax, VA, following complications from heart surgery. She was 77 and lived in Washington, DC. Slaiman was closely associated with Arena Stage, in Washington, for 26 years, running the theatre’s costume shop and designing such landmark productions as The Great White Hope (1967) and a revival of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, which toured the Soviet Union in 1973. Her Broadway credits included a revival of Dance of Death (1971), ...
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