With bright images practically torn from the pages of fashion magazines, Hope, Death, Love, Virtue, and Time glide in courtly dance.
Men are pigs. But so are women. So says Caroline V. McGraw. In her plays, though, particularly Lesser America’s upcoming The Bachelors, the porcine male is more glaringly, luridly, hilariously on display.
The costumescreated for a huge cast on a tiny budgetwere dark, sensual, heavy. They felt encumbered (in a great way) by their own style and danger, and evoked a sense of period that was both specific and novel, with modern touchstones layered on top of a Jacobean substructure.