Les Miserables 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.

Inspired by the dark drawings of the story’s writer, Victor Hugo, our scenic projections for “Les Miserables” are comprised of line art, watercolor and subtle animation. Each scene in the series has a beautiful, hand-drawn look.

One of our best sellers, most clients use the scenic projections as a backdrop replacement with set pieces onstage for specific moments. It is nearly impossible to convey the story’s large-scale Paris scenes without a massive set. The solution can be found within our projections. A very technical show with many location changes, our projections are necessary to mount “Les Miserables” on a small stage. Using our scenic projections, the audience can be effectively transported to the streets of Paris to march with the poor.

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.
  • Toulon, France
  • The Hospital
  • Courtroom
  • Seine Bridge
  • Streets of Paris
  • Factory at Montreuil
  • Animated French Flag
  • Valjean’s Room
  • Barricade
  • Cafe of ABC Friends
  • “Marching” animation
  • The Inn
  • Rue Plumet
  • The Sewer
  • Seaport
  • Chapel
  • Beautiful title artwork!
  • and more!