Music Man 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 “The Music Man” exude classic Americana. No shortage of red, white and blue, the projection series is inspired by the work of American painter and illustrator, Norman Rockwell. Our projections begin with a pre-show featuring a train full of salespeople leaving late night and arriving early morning in River City, setting the scene for Harold Hill’s arrival in Iowa. Popular among high schools, “The Music Man” scenic projections can be utilized in two ways, to replace a full set, or to complement the staging as a backdrop alternative.