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Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2012
Started by True Thomas the Storyteller. Last reply by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Sep 23, 2012.
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Started by Alice Chadwick. Last reply by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) Mar 3, 2011.
I'll be directing a show this spring that takes place in France in 1250. I have a character who's a minstrel/juggler. He's a con man who's definitely all flash, but not well-to-do. John David's idea of a cape will work until he starts to perform, but the mask won't as he has an eye patch. (The show is called Incorruptible & should be lots of fun if you ever get a chance to see it or the script.)
I know several of you work Renfests & similar gigs. What would be some inexpensive & period appropriate costume ideas that for this character & his "wife of sorts" dancer partner? Since the 2 are always scrounging for money, if it looks like it's been done on the cheap, so much the better. ( In real life the show's budget is low with a monastery setting, lots of monk outfits & even a nun or 2 -- yes, I read about the wimple & already plan to do it.)
Thanks for all your ideas.
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