At Long Lake Camp for the Arts' 2013 season, I was able to take on the responsibility of designing The Foreigner, by Larry Shue, as well as working on the alterations and as a dresser backstage. As this was a prestigious camp for children, there was a severe time limit. Within three weeks, I had to read the script, research my time period, begin pulling and ordering costumes, complete all alterations, go through one tech dress, and then perform. To add to the intensity, an actor dropped out of the show after opening night; I had two days to pull for my new actor and complete any and all alterations.
All photos are courtesy of Long Lake Camp for the Arts.