Lindsey Eifert is a Costume Designer based in New York City. She is inspired by the timeless, glamorous styles of old Hollywood, and celebrates the classics through a contemporary lens. She finds joy reinventing the past for a modern audience.
Taking inspiration from the original source, Anita Loos’ 1925 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (first serialized in 1925 in Harpers Bazaar then later published a stand-alone novel), I’ve set the story in the late 1920’s (before the Crash); and I’ve cast Adele as Dorothy Shaw and Lizzo as Lorelei Lee. Together they sing their way from the speakeasies of New York City to the cabaret stages of Paris. They fall in love along the way, teaching men to take them as they are — while looking fabulous, having the time of their lives, and always being there for each other.
“A pleasing land of drowsy head it was
of dreams that wave before the half shut eye;”
Set in 1799, Sleepy Hollow is based on Washington Irving’s classic tale “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, the dreamy custom-bound world that Irving paints in his story, the film mixes horror, fantasy and romance and features an extraordinary cast of characters that dabble in the supernatural.
Andrew Kevin Walker & Tom Stoppard
The Play follows the story of 15 year old autistic Christopher Boone, who sets out on a quests to solve the mystery of the death of neighbors dog. What he uncovers is more about his relationships with his parents, school teacher and himself.
Bus Riley’s Back in Town is a one act play set in rule Texas in the 1950s.
Ex-Lovers Jackie and Bus reunite in the towns once fabulous bar. The flame that they once shared a teenager is tested as they reunite as adults who have lived and now have grown apart.
This movie musical set in 1890s follows the story of Susan Bradley who sets out on a journey of love, romance, and self discovery in the new the ever changing American Wild West, where the women save each-other in the end.
Edmund Beloin, Nathaniel Curtis, Harry Carne, James O’Hanlon, Samson Raphaelson
Samuel Hopkins Adams
Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer