Like previous announcements, I worked with the playwrights and directors to create simple images that reflected each play's core message.
As the unifying concept, I created double-exposure images that mixed a face with the “landscape” of each play.
These gestural images are always a great jumping-off point for the development of the production art.
The double-exposure concept has carried through in unique ways that remain true to the production.
Scroll down to see how the images evolved into their respective posters!
In the Canyon: A play about the attack on Roe v. Wade, staged in a dystopian future.
Dutch Masters: Two strangers discuss race, history, and privilege on the D-train in 1992 Manhattan.
Stay tuned for the third installment!