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The Costumer's Manifesto: Costume Renderings for Don Juan at Theatre UAF Don Juan at Theatre UAF (2003)Costume Renderings:

DonjuanRenderingsAlonzo.jpg Don Alonzo

DonjuanRenderingsCharlotte.jpg Charlotte

DonjuanRenderingsDoncarlo.jpg Don Carlo

DonjuanRenderingsDonjuan.jpg Don Juan

DonjuanRenderingsJonjuan2.jpg Don Juan in Disguise

DonjuanRenderingsDonluiz.jpg Don Luiz

DonjuanRenderingsElvira1.jpg Donna Elvira

DonjuanRenderingsElvira2.jpg Donna Elvira

DonjuanRenderingsFdancer.jpg Female Dance Ensemble

DonjuanRenderingsFrancisco.jpg Francisco

DonjuanRenderingsMath.jpg Mathurine

DonjuanRenderingsMdancer.jpg Male Dance Ensemble

DonjuanRenderingsPeter.jpg Peter in Disguise

DonjuanRenderingsSganarelle1.jpg Sganarelle

DonjuanRenderingsSganarelle2.jpg Sganarelle in disguise.

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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
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