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Costumes For a Song

For DC residents who couldn't make it to the auction of Beverly Sill's personal effects earlier this month, here's another chance to acquire a piece of operatic action: the Washington National Opera is holding a costume sale on Saturday and Sunday. Prices range from $2 to $200 for accessories, separates, and complete costumes from productions like Ming Cho Lee's 1962 "Madama Butterfly" or Mariusz Trelinski's somewhat less beloved "La Bohème" (guess this means they won't be reviving that one). Click on the link above for information.

By Anne Midgette  |  October 16, 2009; 6:38 AM ET
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Over 40 racks of period, fantasy, modern costumes and vintage apparel, especially 70's & 80 fashions, a few designer labels. Perfect for Halloween.

Over a dozen tables laden with hats and accessories - turbans, veils, gauntlets, muffs, helmets.

A special section of diva costumes with authentic labels (think Netrebko, Carreras!)FUN!

Posted by: OperaLove | October 16, 2009 11:20 AM | Report abuse

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