General Information

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Licensing and Order Information

To place an order or receive a quote, please contact Theatrical Rights Worldwide (theatricalrights.com) and ask to add BMD’s scenic projections for “Ring of Fire” to your performance license. For more information about the available features and show packages, visit the BMD+TRW Portal (trw.bwymedia.com).

Theatrical Right Worldwide (TRW): 

Ring of Fire Scenic Projections

Inspired by the magnificent songs of The Man in Black, “Ring of Fire” follows the life of Johnny Cash in an epic portrayal of his rise to fame and the struggles the talented musician faced along the way.

While the catalog of one of America’s most iconic singer/songwriters is explored, Cash is never impersonated. Actual photos of the musician are animated together as his life story is told through his music.

Audiences are treated to more than two dozen of Cash’s most popular hits – including the title tune. Our scenic projections follow along seamlessly, showcasing stunning images unique to each and every song.

Created for a wide-range of theatrical organizations, all of BMD’s content is cueable. This important component allows for the use of canned music, live music, or any combination of the two, resulting in supreme flexibility. Projections can be applied in several key ways – to replace an entire set or to take the place of expensive backdrops that pivot as the storyline follows Cash’s passionate life.

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.
  • Daddy Sang Bass
  • Straight A’s
  • Flesh and Blood
  • Ring of Fire
  • Country Boy
  • While I’ve Got You On My Mind
  • Big River
  • Far Side Banks of Jordan
  • Angel Band
  • I’ve Been Everywhere
  • I Walk the Line
  • A Boy Named Sue
  • Why Me, Lord?
  • Folsom Prison Blues
  • Della’s Gone
  • Hey Porter
  • Jackson
  • and more!