'Bunheads' strives to hit each ballerina's personal style mark


Fans of "Gilmore Girls" are excited by creator Amy Sherman-Palladino's return to series TV with "Bunheads," and costume designer Brenda Maben is happy to be working with her again."I love the writing first of all," she tells Zap2it of working on "Bunheads," which is about a Las Vegas showgirl who relocates with her new husband to a small town and ends up teaching dance alongside her mother-in-law, Fanny (Kelly Bishop)."I worked on Gilmore for all those seasons, and it was the writing that attracted me. I like the fact that in "Bunheads" and "Gilmore Girls" the characters are interesting. They are real, they have depth to them, they are not ordinary. They are developed slowly, which I find interesting, too."That development includes the personal style of the characters."When Michelle (Sutton Foster) came from Vegas, she only had the clothes on her back and a couple of things she had thrown in her bags," Maben says....



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