Sweeney Todd

"Kim's costumes offer a beautiful representation of Victorian era London and the musical's peculiar cast of characters" – Tim Garratt, Theatre People
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The Light In The Piazza

(Life Like Company) at Arts Centre Melbourne
“Complementing the grand stage design is the gorgeous 1950s fashion Parade by Kim Bishop. Bishop has excelled himself, not just with the stunning deigns but also with the pristine construction of so many truly beautiful costumes. Highlights include Margaret's orange sherbet pleated chiffon dress and her final dark green brocade gown with shimmering black bolero jacket. Fabrizio's mother is chicly attired in dramatic black, and sister-in-law Franca maintains a curvy silhouette in siren red.” – Simon Paris: Man in Chair

“Finally, commendations to Kim Bishop for the beguiling costume design. Every piece was stunning and more divine than the next. A treat and simply beautiful to look at. Bravo!” - Broadwayworld.com
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City Of Angels

(Life Like Company) at Arts Centre Melbourne
“Kim Bishop's costume designs are just sensational and the hats would have won Fashions On The Field at Flemington this week.” - Stage Whispers

“Kim Bishop delivers a deliciously stylish and accomplished period costume design. Costumes, along with wigs by Corrine Day, not only strongly support the storytelling and character work, but add to the wondrous effect of portraying monochrome and technicolor on stage simultaneously. Alaura's white ensemble is a stunner, and the millinery is also first rate. When the noir scenes are set aside for a glamorous Hollywood party, the rainbow effect is dazzling.” – Simon Paris: Man in Chair
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Singin' In The Rain

(The Production Company)
“Kim Bishop’s costumes capture the glamour of the era, with the ensemble smartly clad in a rainbow of coats, suits and showgirl dresses. ‘Make ‘Em Laugh’ showcases a cute array of film studio costumes, but it seems Bishop had the most fun with flashy Lina’s wardrobe, including a bright yellow dress and coat ensemble complete with fur trim, and an array of dresses which might have blown the sequin budget. The French Revolution outfits are splendidly over the top.” - Angie Bedford, Web Wombat
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Chapel Off Chapel
“Kim Bishop's costumes make great use of colour themes and help to advance the characters' ages as ten years pass by.” – Simon Paris: Man in Chair

Barassi – The Stage Show

(The Athenaeum Theatre)
“Kim Bishop covers a vast array of styles across the years, and somehow keeps track of an extraordinary array of VFL and AFL team jumpers” – Simon Paris: Man in Chair
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