Fashion 47

47 designers have already competed, and it’s down to two. This is the season’s final episode of Fashion 47, where week after week designers compete to win top honors and national recognition for their clothing lines. The grand prize is a solo victory fashion show to be held at the hottest spot in town. So, the show begins with a video recap of winners and losers excerpted from the season and setting the scene for the final faceoff – the ultimate challenge! Once the grand prize is awarded, the drama is just beginning. One design team accuses the other of sabotage, and the seams of a revenge plot take shape. It’s only a matter of time before a fashion coup d’Etat rocks the industry, and has the audience on the edge of their seats.
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Description

Creators
Diane Paulus, playwright
Randy Weiner, playwright

 

Details

35 pgs., 9 female, 11 male

Originally produced in CTC’s 2007-08 season
Run Time: 75 minutes
Audience Recommendation: 13+

Synopsis

47 designers have already competed, and it’s down to two. This is the season’s final episode of Fashion 47, where week after week designers compete to win top honors and national recognition for their clothing lines. The grand prize is a solo victory fashion show to be held at the hottest spot in town. So, the show begins with a video recap of winners and losers excerpted from the season and setting the scene for the final faceoff – the ultimate challenge! Once the grand prize is awarded, the drama is just beginning. One design team accuses the other of sabotage, and the seams of a revenge plot take shape. It’s only a matter of time before a fashion coup d’Etat rocks the industry, and has the audience on the edge of their seats.

“The show amplifies one of the cardinal yearnings of teenage rebels — to be original, not to be a clone.” – Twin Cities StarTribune

“Few other companies are trying to work out the balancing act that will engage mercurial teen audiences in theater, so credit goes to CTC for a show that takes more than its share of creative risks.” – Pioneer Press

 

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Script Type

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