bra, belt, vest created and then added battery operated LED lights created by MB and I added into the costume with an on off switch.
Necklace, pants (purchased), green underskirt, plethor skirt created.
Showing that the costume has an on off switch and the costume has custom LED lights incorporated into the costume.- bra, in the vest sleeves, belt.
ATHENA's altar. a bed covered in green silk fabric. Sarah dressed as Gorgon Medusa hid underneath the altar. When pretty maiden Medusa and Poseidon climb under the silk - as they have sex the two versions of the Medusa switch places, without the audience seeing what happens. Poseidon strolls off. Athena shown hear transforming Medusa. Next the Gorgon Medusa emerges.
THE LITTLE MERMAID
Mermaid with mermaid tail. There are quick removal functions so it can be removed on stage to reveal the legs costume underneath.
The mermaid after the tail was removed on stage. = legs
The mermaid becomes an angel and flys
The mermaid swims in the ocean and save the prince from drowning. white silk fabric with polls on the end. Blue lights in front. Start with silowett light from behind shown here.
ARABIAN NIGHTS : ORGY
Pieces of silk fabric on polls, back lighting, fog machines and 3 couples dancing together in a sensual way.
Recreated Mata Hari's first well know performance. The costume has all the different pieces that were originally created for it and the stage is also created.
All costumes created as a recreation of original dance.
The costume needed to come off easily.
The original brass Shiva statue and flowers are also perfectly recreating the set.
Here shown that Mata Hari the accused double agent spy is taken off and killed.
Another version of Mata Hari's costume used in same performance. (quick change needed)
Rising from the pool of blood (a huge red piece of silk)
Created with glass pearls.
All costumes were created by Sarah.
7 girls, 7 veils
This version of the costume had harem pants to make the floor work elegant.
Salome asks for the head of St John. dancers wear the 7 deadly sins as robes.
All costumes by Sarah Skinner and sewing team.
Wings fill the stage.