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Costumes (1) Dancer, costume designer, and sculptor Annie Hickman weaves the magic of the creature world into her exquisite costumes with basketry materials and fabrics. She brings to life distinctive animal and fantasy characters that move and last. Though some chickens, centipedes, South American tree frogs, and ladybugs are museum quality, they are also used in stage productions, strolling performances and parades, and movement and costume workshops. Orders and information at 800/660-BUGS (2847) or www.Weaving theWild.com. Hickman also presents performances of The Love Bug's Hug, The Lizard of Oz, and Weaving the Wild: The Art of the Bug Lady.

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Title Annotation:Annie Hickman
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2002
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