One of the joys of live theater is that there is always the possibility that something might go catastrophically wrong. … More
The first steel, front-fastening busk was invented in 1829. (Waugh, 79) They’re nifty little beasties, especially at the end of … More
I know, I’ve said it before, and it probably sounds like I’m gloating a little bit. And I’m not gonna … More
So for reasons that I can’t quite wrap my head around, I’ve fround myself making show-girl headdresses. This is great, … More
A beret is, well, it’s a beret. They’re useful for a variety of fashion and theatrical situations, and more modern periods of historical re-enactment. This is one method for making them, though certainly not the only one.