Austin | 06.23.2016 Salvage Vanguard Theater: Poster Design
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CLIENT: Doctuh Mistuh Productions, Trouble Puppet Theatre Company, Glass Half Full Theatre, Physical Plant Theatre
MEDIUM: Posters and marketing collateral
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Posters for various productions performed at Salvage Vanguard Theatre
If you are an actor that does theatre in Austin, you’ve probably performed at Salvage Vanguard Theatre. The old warehouse space on Manor Road has been producing and hosting shows since 2006. Austin treasure and frequent champion of art and artists, Wayne Alan Brenner, wrote a love letter in this week’s Austin Chronicle to the space that is losing its lease, like so many other beloved Austin cultural institutions, at the end of the month.
I got caught in a mess of feelings this morning reading it. So many important moments happened there, including one of the best nights of my life. Brenner was sweet enough to mention me in the article, which speaks more to his generosity than to my contributions at the theater, but I have posted a series of some of my favorite posters I did for different companies that performed in the space, and I spent all day looking at old photos of performances there and getting all misty-eyed. Thank you for everything, SVT. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
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