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This First Look at Teen Beach Movie 2's Amazing '60s Fashion Will Have You Drooling / by Tierney Bricker / E! News

“The clothes only get bolder, brighter, and better in the sequel…We've got exclusive photos of Lela's amazing, retro wardrobe from Teen Beach Movie 2, as well as insight from costume designer Anthony Tran and [actress] Grace Phipps on how the colorful looks came to life…”

‘Andi Mack’ Explores Character’s Heritage for the First Time With Chinese New Year Episode / by Hanh Nguyen / IndieWire

“Creator Terri Minsky reveals which cast members contributed details of their own family’s traditions to the episode…’Our costume designer Anthony Tran considered many different outfits for each character and had Andi’s dress specially made for her.’”

‘Vietgone’ / by Zachary Stewart / TheaterMania

“This five-person cast is game for all of it, with the three supporting actors taking on multiple roles with the help of Anthony Tran's essential costume design. The chameleonic Paco Tolson changes costumes more than anyone in the cast…We can see heightened versions of real relationships in all of their interactions, which straddle the line between authentic and absurd.”

“The Scribbler” / by Geoff Berkshire / Variety

“…costume designer Anthony Tran and production designer Kathrin Eder…create memorable imagery to rep the standout tech contributions.”

Theater: ‘Triassic Parq’ / by Eric Marchese / Backstage

“Visual and technical elements also contribute to the show’s parodistic nature…Anthony Tran’s dinosaur costumes eschew the literal to create the raw look of a jungle or war movie.”

'Chess' revival takes an inventive spin at East West Players / by David C. Nichols / Los Angeles Times

“There’s a wryly energetic thrust to ‘Chess,’ being revived by East West Players in an imaginative production that certainly puts its own spin on this…concept album-turned-popera…The approach, like costumer Anthony Tran’s sly wardrobe choices, merges witty invention with winking kitsch…”


Teen Beach 2 Fashion and Clothes: What Mack Wore / by Lindsay Soll / On Screen Style

“Mack’s now riding a much more modern day sartorial wave…Anthony reveals more behind-the-scenes details from Mack’s costume closet.”


Ovation-nominated costume designers talk about their work / by Diana Sholley / Los Angeles Daily News

“This year, 13 talented costume designers have been nominated by LA Stage Alliance for their work accomplishing just that…The Los Angeles News Group recently chatted with four of the nominees about how their designs are often a critical thread to a production…This is the first Ovation nomination for Anthony Tran, who is nominated for his work on “Triassic Parq — The Musical…”

Horror Exclusive: Director Richard Bates Jr. on SUBURBAN GOTHIC / by Fred Topel / Nuke The Fridge

“Yeah, Anthony Tran is fantastic. He’s the best. He’s our costume designer. He’s worked on tons of stuff so I would never not work with him.“

Vietgone (Manhattan Theatre Club/City Center Stage I) / by Zachary Stewart / Lighting & Sound America

“Adrales has also gotten some extremely inventive work from her designers…Anthony Tran's costumes range from military uniforms to flower-power outfits.”

Theater to See in L.A. / by Steven Leigh Morris / LA Weekly

“Like the 1980s, this revival of the Cold War-themed musical that produced the hit song "One Night in Bangkok" is kitschy, colorful and full of spectacle. Undergirding their efforts are…Anthony Tran's bold costumes...”

Toronto After Dark Review: Suburban Gothic / by Chris Alexander / Delirium Magazine

“Between the razor sharp dialogue, the over the top costuming (kudos to designer Anthony Tran), the punk rock energy and the amount of time the characters spend speaking directly into the camera, this film is in your face from start to finish.”

A reinvented 'West Side Story' at the Chance Theater / by David C. Nichols / Los Angeles Times

“Less a revival than a whole-scale reinvention, this stunning chamber version of the landmark 1957 musical by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents yields breathtaking, deeply moving results…The designs are lean and evocative, particularly Anthony Tran’s omni-period costumes…”