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A Peek Backstage with Playwright and Costumer Meredith Bean McMath

Theatrical costuming wizardry tells us a story

Photo by Anthony Rosset on Unsplash

The Times Square ticket agent shared bad news that April in 1968. Your Own Thing was sold out. I can still see him — a hefty old man with a New York accent. Most everyone was old to me those days. And I’m sure my heavy southern “Ohiah” accent sounded as peculiar to him as his did to me.




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Diane Helentjaris

Diane Helentjaris

Writer with a love of the overlooked. Author of The Indenture of Ivy O’Neill, publishig June 3.

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