Jennifer Robin Arnold worked decades as a costume dresser with The Phantom of the Opera. Her colleagues came to StoryCorps to remember her. Audio produced for Morning Edition by Taylor Haney.
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Published: 2021-10-22 05:08 am
Broadway colleagues remember costume dresser who died of COVID-19
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Jennifer Robin Arnold worked decades as a costume dresser with The Phantom of the Opera. Her colleagues came to StoryCorps to remember her. Audio produced for Morning Edition by Taylor Haney.

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