[Hello, Dolly!.1969] In the end, Dolly changes her colorful clothes to outfits in lighter tones (pale pink, offwhite), and she shows herself in more romantic style: she wears flowers, bows, pearls, lace, tulle and fluid fabric. The different looks mirror her innermost changes. She won´t live in an eventful and independent way anymore, since she´s now committed to Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau). She starts dressing like a traditional 19th century married woman.⠀ ⠀
[Alô, Dolly!.1969] No final do filme, Dolly troca as cores mais ousadas de seus vestidos por tons claros (rosa, offwhite), além de incluir elementos mais românticos, como flores, laços, pérolas, rendas, tule e tecidos fluidos e transparentes. A mudança marca a transição do estilo de vida agitado e independente que ela tinha antes de se entender com Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau) para a vida de mulher comprometida do século XIX.
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Sondheim Week Day 5: Sundays - disappearing, as we look -
”how I long for the old view.”
I’m really into “Beautiful” rn. Sometimes Sunday in the Park with George is so gorgeous and so powerful I can’t stand it. I’m so in love with Sondheim. But “omg lol dot” is me lol. I can’t say anything about Sondheim that isn’t either something along the lines of “spaaaaaazzzzz aaaa it’s so beautiful and complex and cool” or a simplified regurgitation of all the stuff I’ve read about Sondheim that was written by much smarter and more educated people.
“connection”, peppered throughout the show. what does it mean to connect?