The Lyceum Theatre in Crewe was 100 years old this year and for their centenary they had a specially commissioned light show projected on the front of the building...in one of life's weird little coincidences I'd already been telephoned and asked if they could use some images from my toy theatre book in the show.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
|"The Toy Theatre is a mural being created by artist |
Peter Waddell with the assistance of fellow artists..."
Slowly appearing on the wall is a huge painting of a giant toy theatre. Beneath the monumental proscenium arch, 40' high, the stage is set with scenery representing the first two great mansions of Dupont Circle. The British Legation on Connecticut Avenue and “Stewarts Castle” on the Circle arose from the area's rough farmland in the 1870s.To see the progress as it unfolds, visit the gallery page of the artist's website.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
|My friend Ann (who I hope to meet in person some day), her talented husband, George...and friends!|
[Photo Credit: Lori M. Nichols - Gloucester County Times]
A lovely article about George and Ann Neff, who kindly built me a toy theatre a few years ago. They are a very talented couple who love the world of puppets!