Baker Shakespeare Costume Design for "Twelfth Night," Rice University
In Spring 1970, with the help of College Master Charles W. Philpott, Charles Becker and Ed Dickinson began Baker College's yearly Baker Shakespeare tradition.
Drawing of a costume for Baker College's production of William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." The following is written on the drawing "pants or tights", "black for hood", and "2 yds material, 45'' wide, 4 yds braid." Original resource is penciled drawing.
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