18th-century fashion and early 20th-century circus attire came together in the costumes to create a playfully colorful version of Goldoni’s commedia classic.
"Erin Olson's humorous and attractive period costumes make use of a full spectrum of Crayola colors. They also serve as a guide to how fate intends to pair the lovers." -Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
"Goldstein has done a wonderful job in creating the commedia feel, with able help from Erin Olson's colorful costumes." -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"The design team of Lee Savage, Erin Olson, Scott Nelson and Bridgett O'Connor have created a bright, funny world in which this blissfully talented cast works their magic." -Pittsburgh City Paper
"Servant of Two Masters remains memorable for its color-saturated sets and costumes. Lee Savage's bright turquoise, two-story, slightly off-kilter colonnaded set ...was the perfect backdrop for Erin Olson's humorous and attractive Crayola-colored period costumes." - PittsburghLIVE.com