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January 2017

All Shook Up

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Based on songs made famous by Elvis Presley, “All Shook Up” is an audience favorite, telling the story of an ambitious small-town girl as she falls in love with the rowdy young man on a motorcycle who plays the guitar.   Our projections are designed to interact with the actors on stage. A bus stop on the edge of the Midwest town features loopable animation,…

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Rock Ridge High School’s Production of “Ghost”

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At the 2016 EDTA conference in Vegas, BMD was fortunate enough to meet Anthony Cimino-Johnson, Drama Teacher and Artistic Director from Rock Ridge High School in Ashburn, Va. Cimino Johnson, who was recently named the Virginia Theatre Teacher of The Year, was immediately drawn to BMD’s work, and was eager to learn more about the company and what we are doing for amateur theatre. After…

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BMD Enters Into Exclusive Partnership With Theatrical Rights Worldwide

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BMD was created with the mission of bringing broadway-quality scenic projections to theatres of all sizes. Since 2013, we’ve been working around the clock to not only provide the option of scenic projections, but to make sure that the process is simple and affordable. BMD’s recent partnership with Adoline Audiovisual, is a huge advancement toward the affordability of using scenic projections, as it offers amateur…

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Behind The Lens: Working With “Still Images”

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Hello everyone! Chance here with another edition of BMD’s tech blog series “Behind the Lens!” Today, we’re going to discuss working with our “Still Image” packages. For those who are worried about needing the software or hardware required to run animated projections, the still image option is a great alternative! With this package, you will receive an image of each setting location, which can be…

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Big Fish

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Based on Danielle Wallace’s 1998 novel and the 2003 film written by John August, Big Fish tells the story of a man determined to find the truth behind the stories told to him by his father, a traveling salesman, before he has a child of his own. For the whimsical story of “Big Fish,” our projections were modeled after Bill Watterson, the American cartoonist, using…

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The Addams Family

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The Addams Family is a popular favorite amongst professional and amateur theatres alike. This spooky tale tells the story of Wednesday Addams, the smart, sassy, and beloved daughter of Gomez and Mortica Addams, as she grows up and falls in love with a young man her parents have never met – until the night they host a dinner for him and his parents. The Addams…

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Ghost

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Based on the 1990 film of the same name, “Ghost” the Musical,  tells the story of Sam and Molly, two lovers whose relationship takes an unlikely turn after his unfortunate death. Sam becomes trapped between life and the afterlife, determined to help Molly after learning that she is in great danger. Our projection series for “Ghost” is truly unique. The design does not use hand-drawn…

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Spamalot

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Adapted from the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, “Spamalot” is sure to be enjoyable to audiences of all ages. This musical comedy is a low reverence play on the Arthurian Legend, differing in many ways from the original movie. Quirky, fun and slightly odd, our scenic projections for “Spamalot” are very Python-esque, with content matching the original 2005 Broadway production. This projection…

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