Costume designer, set director and occasional art director Raoul Pene Du Bois began his long career at age 16, designing the costumes for musical revues and Broadway shows. He worked on a number of big shows including the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934 and 1936, The Music Man, Gypsy, and No, No, Nanette. Between 1939 and '40, he designed Billy Rose's Aquacade for the New York World's Fair. He went on to design for ballet's, ice shows, and other extravaganzas. Du Bois has also designed costumes for the Rockettes. Films he worked on include Frenchman's Creek and Lady in the Dark.