Tuesday, September 26, 2017

You're invited! Presenting HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM 10/1 in Tucson, Arizona

What a busy time! I just returned from presenting THE HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM NOIR at the California Museum in Sacramento, and this weekend I'm headed to Arizona.

This Sunday, October 1, I'll be presenting the HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM at the historic Skyline Country Club. I'm speaking as part of the Invisible Theatre's wonderful annual fundraiser and sharing nearly a century of the most influential style in the movies. The Invisible Theatre has been a cultural institution of Tucson for nearly 50 years and one of its talented leaders, Susan Claassen, is also the star of the incredible one-woman show A Conversation with Edith Head. I lost my mind (in the best possible way) when I met her and saw her show several years ago - she IS Edith Head. This means that my favorite costume designer will be joining me on stage from time to time. If you live in the Tucson area, I hope you can join us!

Sunday, October 1

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Guest speaker
Invisible Theatre
Tucson, AZ

Join me at the Invisible Theatre's annual fundraising event and learn all about the HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM. You'll see some of the most iconic costume design from the first century of film - costumes that immediately impacted fashion at the time the films premiered and continue to influence design today. The presentation will include stills from the movies accompanied by a conversation about film history, costume and fashion designers, and fascinating backstories of the stars.

Tickets are $100 ($90 for season ticket holders) and includes a gourmet brunch. To purchase tickets, call (520) 882-9721. For more info, you can visit the Invisible Theatre website.

For my upcoming events, visit the GlamAmor Events page.

Me with Susan Claassen (seated) at A Conversation with Edith Head
along with Invisible Theatre's Associate Artistic Director James Blair (above left), 
and Conversation's show host Stuart Moulton back in 2012

Our venue - the historic Skyline Country Club

Golfing at the Skyline Country Club in the 1960s (above)
and entering the club house in the 1970s

Photos courtesy of the Skyline Country Club

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