On the Passing of Bernadine Vida

Nov 9, 2016 | News, Theatre | 0 comments

It’s with deep sadness that I post news of the death of Bernadine Vida, a dear, talented lady who designed the costumes for our show Hockey – The Musical! this past summer in Detroit. Bernadine had a long and storied career in costuming, having worked in film and theaters from coast to coast and rubbing elbows with some of this country’s best known stars. She loved her work and lit up every time we talked about hem lines and colors and patterns and themes. We’ll miss Bernadine’s charm and vitality very much. Our hearts go out to Vincent, her son, at this difficult time.


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