PRESS AND RECOGNITION

Wrinkle in Time

Main Street Theater for Youth

 

"Macy [Lyne]'s Costume Designs are clever and wholly inventive. She skillfully creates the perfect look for each character. Her most visually arresting is Aunt Beast. Wrapped in fur and draped in tentacles, with protruding and elongated forearms and heel-less high heels on the feet, her Aunt Beast is imposing, beautiful, remarkable, and absorbing."

-David Clark, Broadway World Review

January 2013

Nacirema Society

​The Ensemble Theatre

"Macy [Lyne]'s costumes are gorgeous and attractive. Each piece immaculately fits the characterizations delivered by The Cast and the time period. Furthermore, each piece is excellently styled and worthy of chic boutique and savvy department store racks, causing some Members of The audience to long to wear the garments themselves."

-David Clark, Broadway World Review

September 2012

Dog Act
Main Street Theater

Costume design by Macy [Lyne] is impressive, splendid, and amazing, whether it is paint-splattered clothes, punk-like Mad Max -style armor, or gorgeously beaded vaudeville costumes."

-Buzz Belmont: The Critic's Critic

July 2012

 

 

"Just as impressive as Liz Duffy Adams' command of the English language is Macy [Lyne]'s mesmerizing costume design. Repurposing shower curtains, bottle caps, trophy statuettes, zippers, sliding locks and more, Macy Perrone expertly crafts intriguing costumes complete with fantastical jewelry pieces that are impressively telling of the post-apocalyptic scenario, while maintaining a quality that is fit to be pinned and repined on Pintrest."

-David Clark, Broadway World Review

July 2012

Duck for President
Main Street Theater for Youth

"Of the technical aspects, perhaps the most stunning and amazing are Macy [Lyne]'s magnificently engineered costume designs. Utilizing mostly stereotypic farm attire, she has created pieces that are very evocative of the animals being played. Her pig costume uses light pinks, bloomer-like bottoms that accentuate the hips, paisley patterned ears, and an audacious pink and white wig to really convey the silhouette of a pig without losing the human elements of the actress. Her costuming for Duck included tan jodhpurs with tall orange boots and a white baseball style hat with an orange bill flipped up to give the impression of a duck. Her Cow was bedecked in white and black from head to toe and had elements of cowgirl regalia, including a fringed jacket, while her Hen had a chicken shaped hairdo with red bangs and a ruffled skirt that easily conveyed hen to the audience. The costuming choices were nothing short of a functional and genius blend of fashions to imply the characters."

-David Clark, Broadway World Review

September 2012