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Into the Wild, in the PACCAR Room of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, is an exhibition exploring how costume designers and makers have responded to themes of nature in Shakespeare's work.
Photo by Gina Print
The first section of the gallery of the Into the Wild costume exhibition.
The white dress worn by Alexandra Gilbreath as Juliet in Michael Boyd's 2000 production of Romeo and Juliet.
Costumes worn by actors John Gielgud, Paul Scofield and Ian McKellan (left to right), playing King Lear.
Costumes from Into the Wild in the second gallery of the exhibition.
Costumes worn by Judi Dench (left) and Edit Evans (right) playing the Countess in productions of All's Well That Ends Well.
The costume worn by Charles Keating as Cloten in the 1976 production of Cymbeline.
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