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Famous costumes that have lit up the stage and screen – and worn by some of the greatest celebrities from the Golden Age of cinema – are currently on a grand display at QPAC.
An usher for 23 years, Nicholas Inglis is sharing an amazing collection of 36 outfits, some worn Judy Garland, Barbara Streisand, Bette Midler, and even costumes from Priscilla.
All Dressed Up: From Broadway to Hollywood will be running until April 2013 and is free.