Arnold Designs Costumes for These Streets at the ACT Theatre

Written by Laura Paskin
February 20, 2013

Theatre Professor Harmony Arnold designed the costumes for the original play “These Streets,” now at the ACT Theatre. Created by Sarah Rudinoff, Gretta Harley, and Elizabeth Kenny, the play focuses on women musicians during the heyday of Seattle’s grunge scene.

“'These Streets' is a gritty, funny, and powerful fictional story where the characters' past and present lives collide with their past and present music, played and sung by the performers and a live band,” Harmony said. “I captured that in the costumes.”

The play runs through March 10.

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