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Don Juan in Soho Statue

Asylum Supervisor

Lee Sutton

This clever re-imagining of Molière’s ‘Don Juan’ needed a costume made of the Charles II statue, situated in Soho Square, London.

A model of the famous sculpture remains on stage through out the play, until it finally comes alive to secure Don Juan’s journey into hell. The texture of the costume had to match very closely to the still sculpt in order to fool the audience that nothing had been swapped during the interval.