Apprentice Stitcher, SalesMandy graduated from Grant MacEwan’s Theatre Production program in the spring of 2017. Growing up in a small town, where the only theatre productions are performed at the high school, she had no idea what she was in for when she moved to Edmonton to originally study for a BSc. She was introduced into the cosplay scene and she’s been hooked on costumes ever since. Though her program of study didn’t feel quite right, she missed the theatre. After two years of study she couldn’t fight it anymore. Theatre Production is where her love of costumes and everything behind the scenes combined. She hopes to one day further her education in SFX make up and wig making. Mandy can’t wait to turn you into the character of your dreams!
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Destyn Graduated from Red Deer College’s Theatre and Entertainment Production program in 2014. She has a love for crafting, sewing and all things costume. Destyn has her own small crafting business called Destynation. She makes and sells costume ears and tails at conventions as well as Theatre Garage. She loves helping customers find the perfect costume or costume supplies.
780 498 6208A graduate from Grant MacEwans Theatre Production program, Evelyn Charles Academy and a costuming apprentice, Christa has been sewing and crafting for over 16 years. A self taught crocheter and lover of craft dabbling, Christa has had her hand in several local stage productions as well as film, photography and fashion shows. She's excited to help you make your costume dreams come to life!
Owner / Head of Costume
780 498 6208Christy has always wanted to be a costumer, but growing up in a small town with no one to sew with at home didn't provide many opportunities for this budding costumer. It was not until High School that Christy found her first costuming job at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin as their on-site costumer for staff and volunteers. Christy furthered her studies by attending the Red Deer College Costume Cutting and Construction; receiving her diploma in 2003. Christy has worked as a stitcher and cutter in local films and theatres and was the Assistant Head of Wardrobe Running for The Citadel Theatre from 2007-2010. Though the local costume industry kept Christy very busy, Theatre Garage began to demand her full attention. Christy has focused her efforts to the shop since 2010. Theatre Garage is pleased to construct the Wardrobe for Freewill Shakespeare festival for it's second year this spring with Christy as the Head of the department. There is nothing in the world Christy would rather be doing then working in wardrobe and is extremely grateful to do what she loves for a living every day.
Makeup Artist, SalesGaylynne Fell has been a makeup artist across Canada and the United States for over 17 years and returned to Edmonton in 2004. Obtaining her makeup for film and television diplomas from Joe Blasco in Orlando Florida, and also Vancouver Film School she is well versed on the the many aspects of the industry. A love for special effects and editorial makeup has lead her to work with many photographers, designers, film crews and theater productions, showcasing her unique style and love of classic movie monsters as well as the beauty side of makeup. She is a former Makeup Instructor for many years as well as the first instructor to create a curriculum and manage an Advanced Special Effects Makeup diploma program in the province of Alberta. She is currently the owner and lead Makeup Artist/ Creative Director of The Makeup Art Space, a private makeup studio and retail store in Edmonton that exclusively sells her own brand of makeup; Gaylynne Fell Artistry Collection.