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‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI
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‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ exhibit at UC Irvine

‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

Student Laura Hatch looks at a modern costume designed for Ophelia from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” on display during the opening of “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

A portrait of Ophelia by John Hayter from the book “The Heroines of Shakespeare,” on display during the opening of “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

Guests look at historical photographs of the character Ophelia from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” on display during the “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

Guests look at photographs of costumes from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” during the opening of “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

A student is inspired to sketch by a display at the opening of “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

A rendering of a costume from Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew,” on display during the opening of “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

Photographs of Helena Modjeska as Rosalind in Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” and a vintage copy of the book “The Works of William Shakespeare” are part of the exhibit “Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
‘Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare’ at UCI

A modern costume designed for character Ophelia from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” is on display at "Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare” at the Muriel Ansley Reynolds gallery at UCI’s Langson Library.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
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