In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Theatrediseñador de vestuario masculinediseñadora de vestuario feminine
- They are designers, art directors, costumers and especially animators.
- She is a skilful costumier, but she has had to develop new skills when dealing with actors, designers and directors.
- A parent, who is a costumer for a theatre company, provided many of the bright, colourful costumes.
- ‘We have tried local theatrical costumiers but no one has exactly the right period.’
- Thankfully, the costumier and my mother returned to the room.
- The costumer does not let them down.
- A trip to a theatrical costumier's secured the fancy dress, complete with buckled shoes, breeches and elaborate cuffs and ruff.
- Forty classical dancers, folk dancers, musicians, singers, and costumers comprised the collaboration that brought the audience to its feet.
- He keeps me around for when the costumers come back because he couldn't fix their problem.
- Last Monday ballot forms were sent to stage technicians, costumiers and maintenance staff.
- But for costumers, form still must follow function; the dancer must be able to perform the choreography, and safely, in whatever fabric and design are presented.
- The company had an imaginative director and two budding theatrical costumiers who saved the day.
- With his death the true loss to mourn is not that of the celebrity designer, but of the outstanding theatrical costumier of his age.
- Many of these grads find work at the corporate headquarters, or as costumers and milliners, or as freelance costume designers for other local theaters.
- What you want is to pop along to your nearest theatrical costumiers, where you buy (follow me closely here) a spot of fake tears.
- And, as I have patiently had to explain to costumers in shows I have directed, footwear is very important for the actor.
- It depends on what I'm shopping for, but I do reasonably well because I get my corsets and costumes made for me by my best-friend who is a costumier, and she makes things for me at extremely good rates.
- ‘Toby showed up on the set dressed so perfectly that our costumer did not even put him in another outfit,’ recalls the co-director.
- They've been supplying their established costumers with rationed amounts of vaccine, depending on their needs, and are just ramping up supply enough now to meet the needs of new customers.
- The costumier Tanya took us again to check the costume painting.
2(dressmaker)modisto masculinemodista feminine
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