Costume designer Elizabeth Caitlin Ward creates Molière's A Doctor In Spite of Himself
Talk about shoes! Of all the elements of a comedian’s costume, it was the shoes that most delighted Tony Award nominee Daniel Breaker on the first day of rehearsal for his Seattle debut in a modern, but not exclusively contemporary, reworking of Molière’s A Doctor In Spite of Himself. Costume designer Elizabeth Caitlin Ward says that actor/director/clown-master Christopher Bayes, who, along with actor/writer/classic comedian Steven Epp, adapted the short farce as an often manic one-act ...
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