Designers and seamsters prepare for the opening of Romeo and Juliet
By Deanna Darr
Racks of carefully labeled clothes line the walls and the dull hum of sewing machines punctuates the quiet as sleeves are taken in. Bolts of fabric rest in a corner, while carefully styled wigs wait for their wearers.
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