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Nicole's costume work can be found at the link below. Please note that almost all pieces at this site have been designed and constructed (made by) by Nicole.

www.wix.com/nicoleboylan/costume

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After spending three years traveling Europe, Nicole embarked on a journey that changed her life more than any other. In 2006, Nicole entered Elmhurst College to pursue her dream of finding her place in the theatre world.

Intending to focus her attention toward a discipline in acting, Nicole was encouraged by theatre professors to try all aspects of theatre from box office to design to directing to theatre education for a full and well rounded theatre experience.

Nicole's real passion…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 6
  • Joined June 3, 2007

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About

Nicole's costume work can be found at the link below. Please note that almost all pieces at this site have been designed and constructed (made by) by Nicole.

www.wix.com/nicoleboylan/costume

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After spending three years traveling Europe, Nicole embarked on a journey that changed her life more than any other. In 2006, Nicole entered Elmhurst College to pursue her dream of finding her place in the theatre world.

Intending to focus her attention toward a discipline in acting, Nicole was encouraged by theatre professors to try all aspects of theatre from box office to design to directing to theatre education for a full and well rounded theatre experience.

Nicole's real passion and what she hopes to be her place in theatre, is costume design. She began her costume design career with a circus inspired version of A Midsummer Night's Dream complete with high flying acrobats which earned her recognition from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The designs she is most proud of include: The Threepenny Opera (a 1930's American Depression Era Hooverville) Alice in Wonderland (Twisted French 1770's Marie Antoinette Style Drag Show) and Abraham Lincoln, in which Nicole spent over one full year learning the construction methods of Civil War period garments by studying actual clothing of the time, including Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln's personal garments.

When Nicole isn't designing and sewing for shows in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, she finds time to hang out with her husband, Dave, and their fat cat, Homer. Both are super swell guys. She also finds time for crochet, gossiping through facebook chat, watching Hoarders, bullying her seven nieces and nephews, and sewing or creating little things here and there which you'll find here at etsy.
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Return policy: I send everything with a tracking number. Things must be worked out with the post office (I will help of course) before we can decide on a course of action.

But for the record, there hasn't been any problems so far (KNOCK ON WOOD!!)

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