Dianne K. Graebner
costume designer jewelry designer milliner
The Colony Theatre
directed by: Saundra McClain
set: Charles Erven
lights: Jared A. Sayeg
sound: David Mickey
hair: Rhonda O'Neal
photographer: Michael Lamont
cast featured: L. Scott Caldwell, William C. Mitchell, Karan Kendrick, Shon Fuller, Joy Brunson
"Enter the home's owner Evie, JP's long-absent ex-wife. And what an entrance. Played to the hilt by Tony winner L. Scott Caldwell, Evie arrives as a force of nature, dispensing enormous charm and clear-eyed wisdom (with somewhat declamatory excess) in equal measure. In contrast to self-effacing, soberly dressed and coiffed Ann and Lena, Evie is loud, she has big natural hair and she's a free-spirited vision in beautifully draped tunics and trousers, layered with scarves and shawls. Costume designer Dianne K. Graebner captures the fashions of the 1970s with a variety of character-defining outfits and outdoes herself with the vivid ethnic fabrics and jewelry that make up Evie's flowing ensembles."
Lynne Heffley- Glendale News-Press
"Dianne K. Graebner's costume design is spot-on with authenticity."
Eric A. Gordon- Peoples World
"Outstanding production design, able actors and compelling dialogue indicate an abundance of talent behind what I learned in Paris..."
Jordan Riefe- Hollywood Reporter
by: Pearl Cleage