Monday, April 5, 2010


For the last few months, I've been working as the costume designer for UCLA's spring production of Elektra by Euripides, which opens next week. I'm really proud of this show, and it has been an amazing experience all around! The story is timeless, the acting is fantastic, and obviously the design elements are amazing. ;)

Here's the schpiel from the press release:

A sister and brother plot to murder their mother to avenge the death of their father. Directed by Monica Payne, Euripides’s Elektra is imagined in a world influenced by the Great Depression with live music, a chorus of twelve women, and a serious mother-daughter showdown. Elektra is a timeless parable of grief, revenge, and madness.

April 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th at 8:00 PM
April 17th th at 2:00 PM

UCLA's Little Theater, Macgowan Hall

$17 general admission, $15 seniors/faculty/staff/alumni
$7 students, group rates available

For tickets: 310-825-2101 or UCLA Central Ticket Office
Parking available at Structure 3 ($10)

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