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    Hey I'm starting my RI today and sort of have an idea on my question. Is How would a costume designer use world-theatre elements in designing the costumes for The Lion's King? be too general? Thank you for your input greatly appreciated!
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    Hi

    I'm just doing my second draft and with what I know about the RI I would probably say that it is a bit too general, try and narrow it down to one, maybe two specific practitioners/costume designers as then you have a more direct approach anyway
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    I hate the RI with so much passion. My draft was a 5. Dont ever do Peking Opera and face paint. Its useless! Haha
    I think you should make your question a little more specific though.
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    (Original post by savag)
    I hate the RI with so much passion. My draft was a 5. Dont ever do Peking Opera and face paint. Its useless! Haha
    I think you should make your question a little more specific though.
    Why not?

    Just wondering because I'm most likely to be doing mine on Beijing Opera too (but on costumes).
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    I'm planning to do my RI based on Commedia Dell'Arte!
    & i want to focus mainly on the masks but i am just finding it very hard to start as i don't know how to compose a question

    any help-ideas or examples ??
 
 
 
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