Show & Film Posters
Branding & Advertising
A collection of various show posters for play performances and films
Set in Maine during a particularly cold winter when the Northern Lights are on full display, Almost, Maine is a play that presents love in its various forms — passionate and broken; new and old — and the paths we all take to find it.
A son journeys with his estranged mother to the shores of Tybee Island to scatter his father's ashes and rediscover himself and his family.
Independence, a play by Lee Blessing, is set in the '80s and explores the deep-seated love and turmoil between a mother and her three daughters. The birch bark crown is a central image in the story and also represents the matriarch's feeling of being a queen in her own home who is losing her power.
Two women, fed up with their jobs and sick of being pushed around by others, go out for a wild night on the town
Spirits to Enforce
Absurd and hilarious, Spirits to Enforce is the story of 12 superheroes trying desperately to raise funds for their upcoming production of The Tempest. Armed with only their wits and a bank of rotary phones, they soon find what it really means to be a hero. Also, it's entirely set on a submarine. Like I said, it's absurd.
The Fall to Earth
A touching and heartbreaking look at the fallout from a family member's recent suicide, The Fall to Earth, reunites a mother and daughter as they struggle with what it means to be family in light of the worst tragedy of their lives.