Come, into The Garden, Maud – Hair and there

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We’ve been trying out costumes for the Great Hall Players production of ‘Come into the Garden, Maud’ for the past couple of weeks. I do love the evening dress I shall be wearing for the post-party scene. Although I don’t like it quite as much as the one I couldn’t get my rib cage zipped into. Weight I can lose, but I can’t lose ribcage

I am now puzzling over how I can quick-change from 1960s casual hair to evening hair, when I am on stage for a lot of the play. I think it could be a challenge. I might play about with speed-glamming up a bouffant tomorrow. It will humour me, whilst simultaneously helping to sooth my ‘essay writing’ and ‘Christmas-shopping-with-next-to-no-money’ pain ?

I quite fancy the idea of experimenting to see if I can create something like the Missy Sue up-do tutorial below, I found on YouTube. I think it might be quite elegant if I can pull it off in the time that I have and if the director thinks it suits the scene. I want to be confident that I can get my hair up well within the time I have off-stage. I will time the scene when we are next in rehearsals to see how long I have. Ah, the magic of the theatre. The play is being performed live and ‘in-the-round’ so there will be no hiding if I stride back on the stage and my hair starts flapping about mid-scene.

 

5 Replies to “Come, into The Garden, Maud – Hair and there”

  1. Pia Majumdar – India – Trying to make as many mistakes as I can while there's still time. Blogger, Writer,Creative Imaginative, Foodie, Heavy Music Addict, Traveller.........the list goes on...
    Pia Majumdar says:

    m not sure weather this will suit me or not

    1. There’s only one way to find out 🙂 I need to practice trying to get it to work on my hair. My hair is too fine and it keeps falling down.

      1. Pia Majumdar – India – Trying to make as many mistakes as I can while there's still time. Blogger, Writer,Creative Imaginative, Foodie, Heavy Music Addict, Traveller.........the list goes on...
        Pia Majumdar says:

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      2. Pia Majumdar – India – Trying to make as many mistakes as I can while there's still time. Blogger, Writer,Creative Imaginative, Foodie, Heavy Music Addict, Traveller.........the list goes on...
        Pia Majumdar says:

        Where ever you go the hair problem is common on every continent of Earth.

      3. Very true. I am going to see if I can find a hair piece, or something to hide under my hair to fluff it up a bit and see if that works ?

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