A Costume Journey through 'Amadeus' with Mariah Anzaldo Hale
Hats Off to Millinery: The fabulous headware of 'Nell Gwynn'
Setting the Stage for 'King John'
Setting the Scene for 'The Way of the World'
As the (Ancient) World Turns: Tony Cisek on designing Antony and Cleopatra's set
Behind the Camera with Antony and Cleopatra
Timon of Gotham?: An Interview with set designer Tony Cisek
Costumes in 'As You Like It'
Were it not better, Because that I am more than common tall, That I did suit me all points like a man? Much of the love-lorn humor in As You Like It comes from Rosalind’s male disguise, but she’s not…
A Sheepish Co-Star: Puppets in The Second Shepherds' Play
Folger Consort’s production of The Second Shepherds’ Play begins performances November 27th. Appearing alongside the talented actors, singers, and musicians on the Folger stage are a number of puppets that help bring this farcical medieval comedy to life. Folger Spotlight chatted…
It's the Little Things: Lace Details in Sense & Sensibility
In this post, designer Mariah Hale explains where she found the lace for the beautiful costumes in Sense & Sensibility. Some of the details on the dresses are so small they are almost invisible from the audience, so we’re giving you a close-up look! Check out Mariah’s post…
The Many Neckties of Sense & Sensibility
In this post, designer Mariah Hale takes us a deep dive into the Regency neckware featured in Sense & Sensibility. Check out her costume sketches for more backstage insights, and read on to learn how Mariah uses different styles of neckties to help define the colorful characters…