"Summer and Smoke"; New York City Opera, 1972; Music by Lee Holby, Libretto by Lanford Wilson; Directed by Frank Corsaro; Sets and Costumes by Lloyd Evans. Original costume sketch by Lloyd R. Evans, 1934-1989. Gouache and pencil on heavy card stock 15" x 20". Evans designed sets and costumes for the New York City Opera and for television serials. His association with the City Opera began in 1966 with a production of "Il Barbiere di Siviglia," and continued through the 1970's with designs for "Madama Butterfly","Pelleas et Melisande", "Ariadne auf Naxos" and other productions. Mr. Evans won an Emmy Award in 1979 for designs for the CBS soap opera "Love of Life" and also as art director for "As the World Turns". He was born in Mount Morris, Mich., and attended the University of Michigan. After military service in Japan, where he was introduced to stage design, he studied at the Yale School of Drama.