Arizona Opera Costume Shop Making Masks for Healthcare Workers

Arizona Opera Costume Shop Making Masks for Healthcare Workers

The Arizona Opera Marlu Allan and Scott Stallard Costume Shop have joined forces with Make a Mask to create mask covers for our amazing healthcare professionals.

We face a massive shortage of personal protective equipment against COVID-19 as a nation. Make a Mask and Arizona Opera aim to tap into our common humanity to help keep healthcare supporters safe and protected as they help fight this pandemic. These two-layer cotton masks will be worn over N95 masks to increase their life. The cotton material allows them to be washed so they can be reused. Mask covers have already been sent to Austin, New York City, Reno, Santa Barbara, and Phoenix medical staff!

Kevin Maskell, Bravo Supporter of Arizona Opera, is just one of the many essential workers who could not access a mask. With the help of Arizona Opera and Make a Mask, he acquired one of these homemade masks to help keep him safe and healthy while at work.


Joseph Spector



Bold. Brave. Brilliant. Arizona Opera elevates the transformative power of storytelling through music – cultivating community, and strengthening a state and people as adventurous and diverse as the place they call home. Founded in Tucson in 1971, Arizona Opera serves multiple communities in Arizona. Purchase tickets by calling 602.266.7464 or 520.293.4336. New subscribers can begin the purchase process at


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