Welcome to the seventh episode of STAGE LEFT. 

In this podcast Saileóg, Enda and Peter talk about their different journeys, the importance of knowing all the aspects and roles involved in costume design, the significance of developing a trusting relationship with actors and the collaborative nature of the craft.

They also reflect on the the differences of designing costumes for different art forms on stage and also of designing for stage and for screen, theatre being a more intimate working environment than big-budget films; and finally they consider the impact of technology on costume design and its pros and cons.

Thanks for listening, we hope you enjoy it!

Hosted by Noelia Ruiz.

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DESIGNERS WEBSITES

https://www.saileogohalloran.com

https://www.endakennydesign.com

http://peterobriendesign.com


SOME OF THE PRODUCTIONS MENTIONED:

The Great Gatsby at the Gate Theatre Dublin

https://www.gatetheatre.ie/recent-productions-great-gatsby/

The Fall of the Second Republic at the Abbey Theatre Dublin

https://www.abbeytheatre.ie/whats-on/the-fall-of-the-second-republic/


STAGE LEFT Podcast Credits

Stage Left Podcast Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher

These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.

Stage Left Podcast Credits

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.

Stage Left Podcast Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher

These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz

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