When Stephen Cabral sums up the vast collection of theatre rental costumes in the warehouse he oversees, he speaks more in terms of what he doesn’t have.
"We don’t do underwear," he said.
But Mr. Cabral does just about everything else. Need a soft fedora of the style that Rex Harrison favored—say, for a community-theatre staging of My Fair Lady
? No worry. Looking for Jewish prayer shawls, otherwise known as tallit,
for a touring production of Fiddler on the Roof
? There is a whole box of them.View a PDF of the entire article
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