What do you think of when you hear the words “hall of fame”? Maybe rock ’n’ roll or football comes to mind. We think of costumes. Funny, scary, sassy, matching, flashy costumes. Which is why we’re taking a look back at some favorites from Turtles of Halloweens past.
Man-Alice and his adventures in Dallasland!
Wes McCormack (Ace of Spades), Tri Truong (Queen of Hearts), Dirk Nettles (Alice in Wonderland), Sean Orr (Mad Hatter), Joshua Goodridge (King of Hearts), Dustin Svatek (Cheshire Cat), Ryan Short (White Rabbit). Lewis Carroll couldn’t have imagined it any better than this.
Tri Truong as a kitten
Tri Truong was a cat for Halloween until about the age of 6. From cute cat to singing Turtle, Tri reminisces on his early costume days saying, “I remember my mom knitting me a ton of these kitty cat hats to wear on Halloween with a onesie. They’re totally in vogue now. I wish she would knit me more, but she refuses to knit nowadays. Sad face.”
Dan Baillie as Cruella de Vil
This is what Disney villain dreams are made of.
Paul Hanoski as a flying monkey from the Wizard of Oz.
Brian Scott Carey as King Poseidon
The No. 1 Halloween Hall of Fame shout out goes to none other than Brian Scott Carey, with his version of King Poseidon and his sea horse mistress. The costumes took over two weeks (and not to mention some serious creativity and dedication) to create, but it paid off. Brian and his boyfriend won the 2013 S4 Halloween costume contest.