While we respect most of the world is now seen in a little rectangle & only “From the Waist Up”, The Buffalo Gals intend to be “Authentic from the Bum Up” as soon as, & as long as, we can. All Gals will have all new ensembles & characters by the end of 2021, & our focus will be on serving our local Wyoming community.
Featuring women of Wyoming and how they got here, 2021-22’s theme builds on last year’s “American Emigration. Women Across America” theme to become “Working Women. Not THAT Kind.” Programs will explain & demonstrate the evolving roles of women and their occupations as it affected and was affected by – fashion.
One of our favorite short programs is about the evolution of undergarments and especially corsets, as Suzi specializes in historically accurate corsets for years 1745-1915. Another favorite is about Colonial Lifestyles & Fashion, where we talk about the origins of our beautiful country, and our ancestors who started it.
If you have a special concept or focus you need, let Suzi know, and we’ll try to accommodate. Programs are free, although we appreciate a donation to help pay for gas and transportation.
(featured photo: Buffalo Gal Sary presents the character of an 1856 Lumber Camp Cook. Meet Sary and many other unique individuals through these pages or live at a show!)