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Big River

Big River, based on Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, was conceived primarily as a vehicle to showcase the talents of country music songwriter Roger Miller.

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About Costume Holiday House

Currently shipping rental costumes to all 50 states, Costume Holiday House offers a choice of arrival dates to accommodate your rehearsal schedule. Each costume comes bagged, individually tagged, and fully accessorized to make your final preparations before opening night as easy as possible.

We at Costume Holiday House look forward to assisting you in costuming your production. Whether you are a long time customer or this is your first time working with us, we hope that you find the quality of our staff and service helpful enough that you come back again and again and again.

For over 50 years of costuming excellence Costume Holiday House has been providing quality costumes at affordable prices for High Schools, Colleges, Community Theatres, Operas and Professional stock companies. With over 50,000 quality costumes, our competent staff of theatrical professionals are anxious to serve your every need. Please, feel free to contact us for any question inquires or special needs for your next production.

Big River, based on Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, was conceived primarily as a vehicle to showcase the talents of country music songwriter Roger Miller. It tells the story of Huck Finn and his friend Jim, a runaway slave, as they travel down the Mississippi River and features such showstoppers as “Muddy Water”. The show opened at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on April 25, 1985 and ran for 1,005 performances. The original production featured Daniel H. Jenkins (Huck) and Ron Richardson (Jim).

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