A look back: costuming of Romeo and Juliet

Emma Lam

From actors to directors to stage managers alike, every person has their own specific way they believe the show should be run. But during a drama production, from actors to stage managers alike, have to learn to make compromises in order to move along, as there are a lot of people working together, which means a lot of ideas in the air.

In this year’s production of Romeo and Juliet, director and junior Shreya Roy along with costume manager and sophomore Emily Wong had to learn to compromise on the costumes for the production, such as the color scheme for each character. Look below to see the inspiration behind each costume, and how these two ladies had to deal with one another while letting their own opinions stand out.  


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