: North Vancouver District Public Library, Capilano Branch, 3045 Highland Boulevard, NV
Charlotte Burke will lead you through the process involved in creating theatrical costumes using images of the work in progress from Peter and the Starcatcher, a production recently mounted at the BlueShore at Cap. This delightful play tells the story of how a boy becomes Peter Pan and how Neverland is created. Pirates and mermaids abound. Burke will explain what goes into the decisions that underlie the final results you see on stage and share some tricks of the trade used to create certain effects. Actual costume pieces will be on hand.
These FREE presentations are co-sponsored by Capilano University in partnership with North Vancouver District Public Library, North Vancouver City Library, West Vancouver Memorial Library, Burnaby Public Library, and Gibsons & District Public Library.
This event is free, but space is limited. Early arrival is highly recommended.
Burke is a faculty member in CapU’s Costuming for Stage and Screen program where she teaches costume cutting and construction and costume history, as well as designing and assisting on production. She holds an MFA in Design for the Theatre from UBC and has designed costumes, sets and lighting for theatre, dance and opera. Burke has also worked in the local film industry.