j'aime beaucoup la première, de belles creations
Oh, this would be very interesting for me. I majored in theatre in school. I'm sure I'd love to see this exhibit.
Wow these are quite something JM, it would be a brave and confident woman who could carry off the second one. I wonder what production they were worn in?I'd value your opinion on my post for today JM, I wasn't able to find anything on Google to confirm that this is a ROA but you found such a good link the last time, you might have more luck!
I like the last one.
Uma exposiçao imperdível! Amei a sua ideia do close na primeira foto, muito linda!Léia
Holy moly would you get a look at that top one!!!V
wow! certainly grabs the attention!
Wonderful costumes, strange make-up!
These are beautiful, different and terrific captures for the day! I love them, JM! Hope you have a great weekend!!Sylvia
@Perth DP:Top: Friedrich Schiller's "Mary Stuart";Middle: One of Jean Genet's plays;Bottom: I don't remember... Sorry! :-)
These are all so dramatic in themselves they hardly need a play to stand out! Beautifully captured. Even the photos seem to be filled with action.
This is wonderful! I love costumes and these are so dramatic! :)
How lavish. I especially like that first shot. Certainly not everyday wear.
The mannequins are as colorful and unique as are the costumes...that makes for a great post. The woman in the last photo is rolling her eyes as so many do when I tell a joke! :-)
Many thanks for sharing these.. wonderful to see.
Great photos of these extravagant creations, Jose!
i like the costumes they use. very theater like, flamboyant and shiny.
Gostei especialmente da primeira foto
I think you could become a fashion photographer!
These are very dramatics dresses. It would be interesting to watch them on the floor.Good shots.Have a happy weekend, JMOrvokki
Talk about glamour.
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