Date of Graduation
Master of Fine Arts in Drama (MFA)
Patricia J. Martin
Michael J. Riha
Second Committee Member
Communication and the arts, Costume, Othello
The following thesis explains the process utilized to create and implement the costume design for the production of Othello produced at the University of Arkansas University Theatre in the Spring of 2011. Throughout this thesis I will illustrate how the costumes went from initial research ideas to sketches and colored renderings and finally to finished three-dimensional costumes. The design process detailed here includes an analysis of the play, production history, research, renderings, and an evaluation of the overall process.
Reichman, L. A. (2012). Jealousy, Manipulation and Murder: Designing the Costumes for William Shakespeare's Othello. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/366