- bit player : a supporting actor with at least one line of dialogue
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- It ain't over.... haha. (This photo was uploaded by potocostumes.)
- Campfire made from spray painted swim noodles then hot glued together. Flames are made from foam sheets cut flat into flames, then rolled into a tube and hot glued to stay in tube shape giving it a random flame look
- Program from the amazing ART production of Pippin before it went to Broadway.
- From Shrek, PInocchio
- Donkey? costume pattern
- how to make farquaad legs - Google Search
- Rose from Bye Bye, Birdie - I want this jacket!!!
- Megan Hilty, Allison Janney, and Stephanie J. Block in 9 to 5 the Musical
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Of the 1,000+ stage set, costume and make-up ideas I’ve pinned on Pinterest, this is one of the top 10 for re-pins — so far, 477 people have shared it. So first, a big thank you to Stafka Pavlova on Behance … Continue reading
If you haven’t checked out Bit Players on Pinterest, please do! My boards on Stage Sets & Props, Costumes, Stage Make-up and Hair, Performance Videos, and more, are designed to provide tons of ideas for your next production. As you … Continue reading
If you’ve ever wondered how to get different types of curls using your curling iron, have a look at a Pinterest pin Tiphanie G. recently put on my Bit Players board for Hair & Make-Up Ideas for Stage. I always … Continue reading
The Bit Players boards on Pinterest have 500 followers as of today!!! Thanks to everyone who has re-pinned from my theatre image boards. Special thanks to those who have added pins to my boards, and commented on them. Let the … Continue reading
An empty school? Cause for celebration. Seniors are out soon if not already. Underclassmen have to get through a few more weeks in most parts of the country and then the halls will be making that beautiful, echo-y sound for … Continue reading
7:50 PM on a Saturday night. For many people in many theatres along the eastern seaboard, it’s almost curtain time. The cast are backstage, fully costumed and made up, chatting aimlessly amongst themselves, or maybe off in a corner for … Continue reading