1558-1603Streaming Video - 2005
Elizabethan dress is of particular interest to students of Shakespeare, for in his time, his plays were performed in contemporary clothes. This program explains the court clothes, how they were made and given shape; who wore what, and what kind of nonverbal messages clothing sent; how complicated it was to dress and, once dressed, to move about; how children's clothes reflected their role as miniature-version adults.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1975
Alternative Title: 1558-1603