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Tammy Henderson, Costume Designer and Seamstress
Tammy Henderson has a BA in History/Political Science from Arkansas Tech University and 1/2 of an MFA in Theatre Costume Design from Tulane Graduate School. Her Freshman year was spent at Hendrix College where she first fell in love with costuming and the Theatre. Tammy has designed and worked on shows such as
and many others. She has worked in practically every period in history.
Roxy McMath, seamstress
Roxy McMath grew up in the small rural community of LeRoy in Southeast Kansas. She was intrigued by sewing at a very young age as her mother and grandmother both sewed clothing for their families. Roxy made her first dress at age 5 on a treadle sewing machine, and developed her love of sewing then. Her mother, the late Barbara Carlton taught the local 4-H Sewing Class. Roxy won the Kansas State Grange Contest in 1979, with a dress she had made for her daughter, Latricia. Roxy moved to Arkansas in 1985 and has done tailoring and alterations ever since. She has served as judge for several county fairs and has sewn everything from for Presidential inauguration ballgowns and evening gowns to Easter dress for her nieces and granddaughters. She has also taught sewing to both individuals and as classes to the local 4-H clubs. Roxy and her husband Jerry own a ranch in Jerusalem, Arkansas where they raise Registered Limousine cattle. Roxy's daughter, Latricia and her husband Mike, and kids, Jake and Brandi live in Kansas. Roxy's step-daughter Ashley attends college in California and her Stepson Mike and Granddaughter Anessa live in Memphis, TN. Roxy and Jerry have dedicated their lives to working with the developmentally disabled.