Greek poetry screen-printed onto 15 yards of white linen for Philaminte’s gown

Astrological symbols and geometry for Belise, 10 yards

Mathematical and alchemical symbols for Armande’s gown, 7 yards

Armande’s bodice, in progress

Armande’s stomacher, which I created based on Paul’s instructions

Bodice and stomacher being assembled

Rear view of Philaminte’s gown, stitched by Leslie Palmer, showing the screen-printed Greek poetry

Trissotin (Clark Carmichael) wows Armande (Susan Maris) with his romantic fervour while wearing a jabot which I calligraphied by hand.

Photo © Jerry Dalia, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, 2014

Susan Maris appears as Armande

Photo © The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Avery Brunkus, 2014

Alison Weller as Belise, Marion Adler as Philaminte, and Susan Maris as Armande appear in their printed gowns on stage

Photo © The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Avery Brunkus, 2014