The Wiliam Inge Festival in Independence, Kansas, is honoring playwright David Henry Hwang at the Inge Festival on Saturday night, April 21, 2012. During the tribute various scenes from some of his plays will be performed, and the festival still needs to find some costumes for a couple of the scenes to borrow or rent for a nomnal sum. They need a Peking Opera style “General Guang Gong” outfit, or some other elaborate male Peking opera character, complete with headdress and shoes- also two “water sleeve” outfits for women are needed- the women are averages-sized and they need to match, but only one needs some sort of black-wigged headdress to go along with it. “Water sleeves” are long sleeves attached to the garments for dancing tricks- they can be added to outstanding garments if something suitable is found.
Pictures can be sent, upon request of what is needed. There are only a few days to get this together, so any help would be appreciated.
Please contact Douglas Spesert at email@example.com.
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