Costumes by Dustin Cross are spot-on perfect!
Cross’s costumes are excellent!
Dustin Cross’ costumes provide the perfect period atmosphere.
But the show’s true stars are costume designer Dustin Cross and wig designer Bobbie Cliffton Zlotnick, whose outlandish creations score laughs before a single word is spoken.
Dustin Cross, shows off her beautiful figure yet allows her the freedom to move in character and dance all manner of styles. The simple, subtle costume changes for the myriad characters played by Mr. Cahill include the unmistakable Hemingway cigar, the F. Scott straw boater, collars, hats. Kudos for costumer Cross.
Mr. Cross has an eye for detail, with authentic period dress the backdrop for great hats, glasses and other accessories. I very much enjoyed the visual feast of intricate detail.
Costume Designer Dustin Cross brings to life the fashion of the time without being stereotypical. Beautiful dresses and form fitting men’s clothing, all-star converse and argyle. The color palette was strongly incorporated within the story telling and worked well expressing life against the dreary buildings and back alleys of the neighborhood.
Kate Wetherhead, who plays what the program calls “A Lot of People” is funny and versatile and brilliantly served by one or more offstage dressers who keep sending her back onstage completely transformed from head to toe in another of Dustin Cross’s broad, indicative costume creations.