BLITHE SPIRIT (03/09/12 - 04/01/12), Directed by William McCoy, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre

cover:  George Perez
BLITHE SPIRIT
03/09/12 - 04/01/12
732 Montrose Street, Clermont, Florida
Moonlight Warehouse Theatre (www.moonlightplayers.com)

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Blithe Spirit
March 9, 2012 – April 1, 2012
Director William McCoy

By Noel Coward. Novelist Charles Condomine invites Madam Arcati, a medium and clairvoyant, to his house for a seance, hoping to find material for his next book. Instead he is haunted by his annoying and temperamental first wife, Elvira, who continually makes attempts to ruin Charles's second marriage. With permission of Samual French.


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    BLITHE SPIRIT (03/09/12 - 04/01/12), Directed by William McCoy, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre

    Moonlight Players: Blithe Spirit cover

    posted Jan 26, 2012 6:13 PM by Vu Sleeper

    From George Pérez


    BLITHE SPIRIT (03/09/12 - 04/01/12), Directed by William McCoy, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre
    My latest program cover for the Moonlight Players. Due to my work schedule, this cover was done to late to appear as a coming attractions piece for the NINE program bool, but at least it got done in time to make the cover deadline. I only wish I didn't have to rush it, but superheroes must still take precedence.The delay did reap one benefit though. The rare chance to draw the actual cast members into the art. (I usually have to draw the covers before casting is set.)

    Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 6:43pm

     

     



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