MICHIGAN TECH THEATRE PRESENTS
AN UP-CYCLED FASHION SHOW
The seating for this show is general admission.
Run Time TBD | Public Welcome
Join us for Michigan Tech Theatre’s first UP-cycled fashion show: Indigo Mood. Designers will turn denim and other recycled items into fashion to help build awareness of environmental issues. There will be a gallery display of accessory items, a full-length fashion show, and more!
Interested in participating? Register to share your upcycled fashion masterpiece.
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A limited number of Public Tickets are on sale now.
A limited number of Student Rush tickets are available 30 minutes before the performance. You can skip the line by reserving online at any time.
Michigan Tech Theatre brings the Keweenaw theatre productions created by students, faculty, and community members through Michigan Tech’s Visual and Performing Arts Department.
Mary K. Cyr, Event Coordinator, is a Lecturer in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Michigan Technological University. Originally from Indiana, she previously held the position of Assistant Professor/Head of Costumes, Wigs, and Make-up and Co-Director of Costume Construction Technology in the Indiana University School of Music. She supervised costumes for over 60 operas and ballets while at Indiana University. She has designed costumes for the Brown County Playhouse, the Indiana Repertory Theatre, the IU Opera/Ballet Theatre, the IU Early Music Institute, the World Premiere of A Bird in Your Ear for the Bard College Conservatory of Music, the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, the York College Music Division, Dido and Aeneas for The Ohio State University, and most recently for the Michigan Tech Department of Visual and Performing Arts.