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January 20 - May 20, 2012
This exhibition featured dozens of refined costume sketches, photographs, press clippings, playbills, reviews, and 30 actual costumes designed by Edwards.
In a diverse 50-year career that included New York City, Santa Fe, Hollywood, and Minneapolis, Edwards (a master costume designer) designed memorable cosumes for solo performers, opera, Broadway plays, television, Minneapolis' Guthrie Theatre, Hollidazzle Parade, and Dayton's holiday events.
In the hands of a designer such as Edwards, a performer's stage identity is made visible through costume, hair, and accessorites, so that the character he or she portrays is understood by the audience.
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