The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Produced at Regent University in the spring of 2016.
At left are two of a set of three matching Victorian bustle petticoats. The ruffles were meticulously gathered by hand before being sewn into place. The pink one was dyed after being completed, and the different tones come from cotton gauze used for two of the rows, contrasting the striped linen used for the rest of the piece.
Below are Princess Puffer's bodice, skirt, and bustled overskirt. The bodice was made from a recycled yo-yo quilt.
Production photos courtesy of David Polston.