Daphne Dare worked behind the scenes, but her work was always on stage. Dare was a British costume designer for plays, movies, and TV and was involved in more than 60 productions. She even designed costumes and monsters for the first two years of Dr. Who. The Ohio Digital Resource Commons hosts the digitized collection of over 1100 images of Dare's costumes and set designs. Visitors should read the introduction about Dare on the homepage to see the depth and breadth of her work, which spanned from the late 1950s to the mid 1990s. At the bottom of the homepage, visitors should click on "See all records" to browse the collection. The browsing feature at the top of the page allows for visitors to view the entries by "Titles" "Issue Date" or "Series". Visitors should not miss the drawing "Costume and Set Design for Zorba: 'Men'" which looks like an artwork in itself.


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