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Re: Hamlet (fwd) Alan Woods

At 11:10 PM 2/23/97 -0500, you wrote:
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Date: Sun, 23 Feb 1997 19:13:24 -0500
From: Samantha Fowlds <sdfowlds@LEARN.SENECAC.ON.CA>
Reply-To: Canadian Literature / Litterature canadienne
Subject: Hamlet

I was wondering if anyone would mind letting me know what time period the
costume and set designs were in in the four hour _Hamlet_ by Kenneth Branagh.
It seemed like a mixture of time periods, but I'm afraid I'm not really sure.

Late 1890s, early 20th century.  The modified "Gibson Girl" look of the
women's costumes is the key:  suggestions of bustles, but no actual bustles.
Think of images you've seen of Lillie Langtry or her contemporaries.

Alan Woods
Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute
Ohio State University
woods.1@osu edu
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