Costume Design with Gary Graham
Two-week workshop: Mondays–Fridays, July 22–August 2 • 1–5 PM at The WKC in the Costume Tent
An intensive hands-on workshop about design, production, and backstage dressing for the Shakespeare in the Valley productions of Macbeth on August 2 & 3.
NOTE: Late-night dress rehearsals on July 31 & August 1.
Ages 12–19; Pre-registration required
• All scheduling conflicts must be cleared before registration.
• Bring your own snack & water
• Includes Shakespeare in the Valley T-shirt
$200 WKC Member registration
$230 Non-Member registration
Help us thrive, not just survive!
The West Kortright Centre values accessibility, representation, and diversity of incomes, geographies, cultures, abilities and more. This year, we invite those who can to make a donation to support the program at a higher level in order to keep the general registration fee low. (We recognize that even the basic fee is a stretch for many families and continue to offer need-based scholarships.)
Learn more about WKC membership here.
Call (607) 278-5454 with any questions.
We will contact you via email with a registration form.
We are thrilled to welcome celebrated designer Gary Graham to the WKC Young People’s Theater Arts Team!
The arts have figured prominently in Gary Graham’s trajectory as a designer. With a background in costume design, Graham has been active in many theatrical projects. In 1997, he designed textiles and assisted Julie Taymor on the costumes for the much acclaimed The Lion King. Graham also worked with costume designer Jacqueline West on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The prominent composer Meredith Monk wears Graham exclusively and continues to collaborate with him. In 2008, his quilted coat was included in the Phoenix Art Museum’s 2009 Medalism: Fashion’s Romance with the Middle Ages. In 2014, Graham participated in the American Folk Art Museum’s “Folk Couture: Fashion and Folk Art.” His custom-made jacquard ensemble was featured on Vogue.com.
After twenty years in New York City, Graham’s atelier has relocated to Franklin, NY as Gary Graham422. GaryGraham422 is a site-specific project that allows space, history, and community to determine textile production and intimate collections. Each small run will center on narratives that combine real stories with fictional characters to blur distinctions between past, present, and future in mysterious ways. All garments will be made on-site and in the United States, using vintage and antique textiles as well as jacquards and wovens from domestic mills. As studio, storefront, film studio and a living space, GaryGraham422 is a structural and conceptual reincarnation of the Gary Graham brand.
Other Young People's Theater Arts Workshops for this age group:
Art of Comedy with Hana Roth Seavy
Acting Skills with Lillian Meredith
Shakespeare with Lillian Meredith
Music for Shakespeare with Stephen Bennett
Technical Theater with Tony Aukstikalnis & Tom Meredith