Love the look of the icy cool blondes who were adored by director Alfred Hitchcock? Learn the stories behind the style from film and fashion historian Kimberly Truhler and Hollywood's iconic costume designer Edith Head - with a little help from actress Susan Claassen.
Join Truhler as she sits down with "Edith" to discuss her incredible career, focusing on the years working with Hitchcock and his heroines, including:
Actress Susan Claassen has traveled the globe with her award-winning one-woman show A CONVERSATION WITH EDITH HEAD. Tours of the production have taken her across the U.S. and internationally from Toronto to Tbilisi, including an acclaimed five-week run in London’s West End. Claassen plays the part of Edith Head so well she is often mistaken for the legendary costume designer even by those who knew her.
Edith Head (1897 - 1981) was the most prolific costume designer in Hollywood history. She was also the most awarded - receiving an unprecedented 8 Oscars® and 35 nominations in her career. In addition to contributing to some of the most memorable moments on the silver screen, Edith also influenced fashion with many of her designs.
**Half the proceeds to to Arizona's INVISIBLE THEATRE, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year!