Helping theaters engage audiences through Creative Design
We design all manner of brochure. The short flyer. The comprehensive season preview booklet. The 16-page theater retrospective. Trifold. Bifold. Gatefold. Booklet. We'll find the correct format for you.
Incorporate your production photography, season calendar, synopses of the current season...the skies the limit.
A logo is where it all begins. If you don't have one, FOR GODSAKES get one...whether you work with Drama Queen or not!! It's a must have. It doesn't need to be fancy or cost a fortune. You CAN find a logo that matches your budget. We do it all the time.
Large Scale Signage
When it comes to marketing your show, take advantage of every available (and free) space. Large space? No problem.
Original Plays and Musicals
Let your signage spaces work for you 24/7/365! Take advantage of foot traffic with exterior signage. Think about advertising your shows even during your off-season (assuming you HAVE an off-season that is.) Let this window into your theater draw in the public and get them excited!
What’s your budget? We can create innovative and inexpensive web designs that will become the nexus from which all your theater business happens.
We do theater logos, but we also design logos for arts related and for-profit organizations.
These spaces are small but mighty! By now you know how important it is to have an online presence. These online ads and banners are small in size but their reach is infinite. And they come in so many shapes and sizes, it helps to have a friend.
One simple mailing to announce your entire season!
A tee shirt is fun, but It's a also a branding tool. Use yours to remind the world who you are. And it’s a great momento for your cast and crew.
One-Person Touring Shows
We created this logo for Anita Gutschick who performs her one-woman show “Women of the Bible” in venues across the country.
Film Series and Festivals
Custom Portrait Designs
Use your own cast to advertise your show!
Racks cards and One cards
A program is what greets the audience as they enter the theater, and it’s what they take home with them after the performance. Make yours look as good as your show.