The Winslow Boy

by Terence Rattigan
Directed by Steven Woolf
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
Scenic Designer: John Ezell
Costume Designer: Dorothy Marshall Englis
Lighting Designer: Rob Denton
Photos by Jerry Naunheim Jr.
“Costume designer Dorothy Marshall Englis matches him with clothes straight out of the first seasons of “Downton Abbey” (just one reason that fans of the show will enjoy this production, with its similar sensibilities).”

—Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“The Edwardian era is given full representation in the lavish costumes designed by Dorothy Marshall Englis, from the handsome dresses adorning suffragette daughter Catherine Winslow to Sir Robert’s finest puffery to the modest, working attire of the parlor maid Violet.”

—Mark Bretz, Ladue News

“Dorothy Marshall Englis contributes the exceptional costumes which evoke the period”

—Chris Gibson, Broadway World, St. Louis

“John Ezell’s detailed set, Dorothy Marshall Englis’ costumes, Rusty Wandall’s sound, and Rob Denton’s lights all perfectly capture what Vincent Starrett called “That age before the world went all awry.””

—Chuck Lavazzi, Arts Capsule: ONStL

“Dorothy Marshall Englis’s costumes are period perfect.”

—Steve Allen, Stage Door St. Louis


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