Pierre's Costumes

Hold on to Your Hats

“Winds in the east, mist coming in. Like somethin’ is brewin’ and bout to begin…” The leaves are changing, winds are shifting, and do you find yourself in need of someone “Practically Perfect in Every Way?” Perhaps a charming team of chimney sweeps who double as rooftop dancers and child minders? Hold on to your hats, […]

Fall Theatre Madness!

Back to school? Back on the boards? Book your show with Pierre’s! We have availability in September and October for your upcoming Fall shows; we can do everything from Arsenic and Old Lace to The Crucible. If you are more musically inclined we still are taking bookings for many of our specialty shows including Mary […]

Recently created mascot for La Crosse WI Irishfest

Here is a great news article with a video about one of the “semi-custom” mascots we just created for Irishfest. This type of mascot is very affordable, and costs a fraction of our full-blown custom mascots. We can still customize the costume to your colors, add logos, tweak shapes, etc. We are excited to hear […]

Mascot mobility and performing stunts in costume.

We are often asked the question “Can I be active and mobile in a mascot costume?” The answer is simple… Yes. You can be extremely active and perform stunts in a mascot costume created by Pierre’s Costumes. Below you will see a video showing one of our mascot costumes snowboarding and flying into a stadium on […]

Preparing for Tempest!

We are so excited to be working on a production of Tempest for a company called Prosperoware for an upcoming project! It is always interesting when we get to do theatre in a different venue than the stage! We are just getting started on prepping the pull for this show while we finish pulling “Singing […]

Ramses the Great!

A Little Break for Theatre! Whew!

A small break has emerged between productions of MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Player’s production of “1776” and Norwich Theatre Company’s “Singing In the Rain”! That means it is time to catch up on laundry, re-stock, and tiding the show! It is nice to have a few moments to breath before we go full swing into […]

How to put a wig on correctly.

So often people tell us that they have trouble wearing a wig.  This is not that uncommon if you don’t wear them all the time. Here is a pictorial tip sheet to help you through this process.     If you need to purchase any type of wig or simply want more tips, just contact us […]

Bird Bath

  So the interviewer asks, “What’s the dry cleaning sitch?” We can answer that even better than Brian Lafferty can, as Pierre’s Costumes not only cleans the Hawk, but we made him.   Let’s delve into this… Mascots should NEVER be dry cleaned, especially the Hawk, since he is made of real feathers which get […]

“Patience” has returned, “Little Mermaid” goes out

The Democratic Convention is over and theatre is still going strong! The end of summer stock is approaching, but we still have shows leaving this week! “Little Mermaid” for the Little Theatre of Jefferson City goes out today after just returning from Family Music Theater. A surprise 1776 is also leaving the shop this week […]