Guys and Dolls Scenic Projections

Overall, projections bring a cinematic element to the theatrical medium. By enhancing theatrical productions in these ways, scenic projections create a more engaging theatre-going experience for audiences of all ages, allowing them to be absorbed in a truly stunning delivery.

Our scenic projections for “Guys and Dolls” blend traditional illustration styling with modern animation to bring energy to the 50s musical. We crafted our projections to connect each setting together, providing a seamless background for audiences to enjoy. Neon lighting and bright colors reminiscent of traditional 1950s illustration fill each scene, working together to embody New York City in the 40s and 50s.

Our scenic design makes the movement of this expansive plotline possible. Traveling below street level, to pass a moving subway car and arrive in the sewer for the “Luck Be a Lady” number would be incredibly difficult to stage without the help of scenic projections. Likewise, our projections take the audience along for the ride as the storyline is transported from New York to Havana, Cuba

Favored among high schools, the scenic design for “Guys and Dolls” can be used as a complete set replacement, or as a compliment to a typical backdrop. Every scene in our series features a time-of-day transition to take the story from day to night.

Scenic projections provide theatres with an incredible capacity for visual expression, creating a tangible piece of drama in which the mood of a show can be conveyed effortlessly to the audience.
  • 42nd Street
  • Hot Box Club
  • Havana, Cuba
  • Plane animation
  • Sewer
  • Subway animation
  • Title artwork
  • Mission interior
  • West 40’s Street
  • and more!