Senior illustration majors (who have now graduated) have again brought children's threatre to life.
Lively, colorful illustrations -- with the young theatre lover in mind -- are featured in the 2013 promotions for the Broadway Theatre of Pitman, New Jersy.
Students who created the work include Hannah Brooker, Monique Connett, Alyssa Davis, Briana Detweiler, Graey Erb, Sara Goetter, and Joshua Grilli.
Graey Erb '13 created the image for "Cinderella," which runs from June 8 - 9. His work is pictured above.
Artworks depict family favorites such as "Jack and the Beanstalk," "The Jungle Book," and "Pocahontas." The work is seen on the Theatre's print brochures and Web site, on each show's playbill, and posters inside the theater.
View all their work for the 2013 season.
You can also see the work our illustration majors created for the 2012 season, and for the 2011 season of children's theatre.
Robert Hochgertel, chair of PCA&D's illustration department, notes that this is the sixth year his seniors have successfully created art for the Broadway Theatre -- another real-world project that looks great on the resume.
Learn more about PCA&D's illustration curriculum by clicking here.
The Broadway Theater in Pitman, New Jersey, opened in 1926. It served as a stopping point for performers traveling between Philadelphia and New York. Among the famous celebrities who appeared at the theater over the years are Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Abbott & Costello, George Burns and Gracie Allen, the Herman's Hermits, and George Carlin.