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Australian Theatre Companies
Organisations & useful Online Resources
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Resources on the history of dress, clothing, and costume for theatre from the University of Ohio.
Historical Clothing Guides for Theater Costumes
A commercial web site with some excellent links to university and museum sites. For example, Renaissance Clothing and Sumptuary Laws from the University of Michigan, Women's Clothing from the University of Vermont and Historical Periods in Stage Costume from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Theatre History on the Web
An excellent site maintained since 1996 by Dr Jack Wolcott (Retired) University of Washington School of Drama.