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The Art of Costume Recycling: A Step Towards Sustainable Fashion in Theatre

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 Our English Theatre Club, in the vibrant and multicultural city of Prague, has embarked on an exciting and motivating adventure. This theatrical production goes beyond traditional norms, embodying a philosophy that blends sustainability and creativity—a remarkable narrative that effortlessly merges artistic innovation with a dedication to the environment.



One of the most important contributors to our project is Kamila, an exceptionally talented costume designer. Her dedication to sustainable fashion brings vibrant and innovative energy to our productions. Kamila’s workspace is a living testament to the art of transformation, as she meticulously converts forgotten costumes and textiles from thrift stores into stunning and vibrant outfits that grace our stage. This process is not merely about recycling; it’s a profound statement on the value of reusing and repurposing in a world all too accustomed to disposability.



In contrast to the prevailing mindset in theatre, our ethos challenges the notion that costumes are only valuable during a show and can be discarded afterwards. Engaging in such practices only makes the environmental crisis worse. Our goal at the ICP English Theatre Club is to minimize its impact through the actions we take. By recycling costumes, we are taking a small but meaningful action to reduce waste and show the possibilities of sustainability in the arts.



Our philosophy also highlights the significance of integrating diverse viewpoints and life experiences into our narrative. With each passing year, there is an exciting opportunity to bring scripts to fruition that delve into different cultures and historical periods, which means sourcing an extensive selection of traditional costumes from around the world is essential.



Striving for genuine experiences, while also being committed to sustainability, may bring about several obstacles. This is where Kamila’s resourcefulness truly shines. The way she can turn materials into costumes that genuinely represent their cultural heritage, all while considering the environment and financial consequences of buying new items, is truly remarkable.



Our guiding principle remains unwavering: the strong conviction that the true heart of theatre does not live in flashy stage designs or elaborate costumes, but in the captivating art of storytelling and the exceptional abilities of its actors. This principle traces its roots back to the early days of theatre, a time when storytelling flourished through simple yet captivating tales and mesmerizing performances. In the past, storytellers could captivate crowds using only their narratives and vocal talents, without the use of any additional props or embellishments. This traditional practice emphasizes the powerful effect that simplicity can have on the world of art.



In today’s fast-paced world, where spectacle frequently takes precedence over substance, our aim is to rediscover our roots. Our productions are meticulously designed, based on the belief that simplicity enriches the storytelling process and cultivates a stronger connection between the performer and the audience. By emphasizing the fundamental aspects, we establish a space that encourages the unimpeded growth of creativity, without the burdens of excessive modern theatre production.



The pursuit of sustainable theatre entails facing challenges and embracing opportunities to develop. This compels us to reassess our creative methods, motivating us to generate inventive solutions that uphold our environmental responsibilities and enhance our artistic expression. Our yearly shows, even though temporary, have a lasting influence on our spectators, motivating them to contemplate the significance of sustainability in both the art they enjoy and their day-to-day existence. 










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 I am Nancy Castrogiovanni, an artist, author, and scriptwriter, with a rich foundation in both the visual and performing arts. My academic path includes a Master's in English Literature and a Bachelor's in Fine Art, where I explored the interplay of materials in sculpture and the expressive power of performance. Delving deeper, my PhD research navigated the complex narratives of exiled and foreign writers, with a focus on the works of Mircea Eliade, Milan Kundera, and Italo Calvino.


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