SFCC costume designer honored

December 17, 2013

in Student

Becky Scott

Becky Scott, State Fair Community College Theatre Arts costume designer and adjunct instructor, has been honored for the costumes she created for SFCC’s November production of the children’s musical “How I Became a Pirate.”

Scott has been invited to include her costumes in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s (KCACTF) costume parade at the annual Region 5 event Jan. 19-25 at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.

The parade, featuring the region’s best costumes, is designed to highlight the work of costume designers and technicians. SFCC students will model five costumes from “How I Became a Pirate.” The festival will showcase costumes from 13 shows presented at colleges in the region.

This is Scott’s first nomination to the KCACTF costume parade. Her costume crew for SFCC’s production included Tristan Baro, Sedalia; Diamond Jones, Kansas City; and Stephen Klee, Warrensburg.

KCACTF Region 5 includes undergraduate and graduate schools in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.


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