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TheatreWorld Backdrops Customer Spotlight

Much more than offering the finest theatrical and scenic backdrops available anywhere, we are invested in our customers' successes and are honored to display photos from some of their most recent productions.

We truly have the best customers in the business! Not only is building strong relationships and providing extraordinary customer service to our clients our highest priorities, but so is providing the finest Broadway-class backdrops available anywhere in the industry. Our success is rooted in our customers' success! Therefore, we are privileged to provide just a small sample of some of our customers' recent productions for your viewing pleasure.

  • Piccoli Dance Theatre presents their RECITAL 2017

    Piccoli Dance Theatre is committed to affecting a positive change in young people's lives through hard work and instilling a lifelong love of dance and the theatrical arts! Nurturing talent in ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre, and many other areas, this year's Spring Recital took an enchanting trip through artistic expression. Great job to all the students, teachers, parents, and volunteers!!

  • The Keene Lions Club presents BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

    Since 1952 the Keene Lions Club has produced a full-fledged Broadway-styled musical. Each year they are amazed at the amount of talent that their community has to offer. Pictured below, "Beauty and the Beast" took to the stage for four performances at The Colonial Theatre in 2017.  Thanks to the hard work and dedication of many club members and non-club members throughout the community, Keene Lions Club shows have raised over $15,000.00 for Lions Charities annually.

    Photo credit: Scott Hussey Photography

  • Floyd Central Theatre Arts presents 42ND STREET

    Known internationally as one of America's premiere high school theatre programs, Floyd Central High School's Theatre Arts program offers students comprehensive opportunities both inside the classroom and out. Floyd Central presented their production of 42nd Street at the 2016 International Thespian Festival in Nebraska! Featuring the Metropolitan Train Station, the Stylized Manhattan, Vintage Warehouse – B, and We're in the Money backdrops!

  • Romar Dance Studio presents BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

    Founded in 1976, Romar Dance Studio shares it's deep love of dance with the local community. After studying with the late Constance Reynolds at the Ballet Theatre of Scranton, the owners (Rosemarie Graham and Mary Lou Lloyd) ventured back to Old Forge to share their appreciation for the art of dance. The studio's goal has always been to provide a friendly, non-stressful, family atmosphere for the students. This is achieved by getting to know not only the students but also their families, in order to foster this atmosphere. 

    The studio's young ballet performers did a STELLAR job during their recital for beauty and the Beast. The choreography was extremely well done out and the costumes were amazing. We were honored they chose several of our drops for the recital. Our Grand Theatre Foyer and Belle's Town Square-B are seen below.

  • St. Nicholas School presents SHREK THE MUSICAL JR.

    Students at St. Nicholas School (Los Altos, CA) did a superb job on their annual spring performance. This year it was Shrek The Musical Jr.. Directing this years show was Meg Fisher Venuti who's a professional director from Peninsula Youth Theatre. Audiences loved the student's performance, set and costumes. Our Clearing in the Woods - B backdrop was part of the show. Great job everyone!!

  • Ho-Ho-Kus Public School presents CLASS OF 2018 GRADUATION DANCE

    WOW! Rarely have we seen such thought and creativity go into an 8th grade dance. The faculty and students over at Ho-Ho-Kus Public Schools have officially raised the bar. Attendees were treated to a Wonderland themed event that featured a virtual reality (VR) experience. We were very impressed with the set up and the use of our backdrops for the dance as you can see our Wonderland Gate, Mystic Moon, and Mushroom Forest were featured. Great Job!!

  • Dancers' Studio presents ALICE IN WONDERLAND

    Directors' Showcase performed the classic Alice in Wonderland in front of thrilled onlookers at The Orpheum Theatre. Directed by Arlene Smith, the ensemble impressed with elegant choreography and costume designs. This year's show featured our Child's Wonderland, Rose Terrace, and Vintage Times Square

  • Pittsford Sutherland High School presents MARY POPPINS

    The community of Pittsford was treated to a special presentation of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Marry Poppins - The Broadway Musical. Audiences witnessed feats of flight during the performance as well as and orchestra, impressive choreography and vocals. Several of our backdrops were featured during the show. Cherry Tree Lane, Bank Interior and of course London Rooftops were perfect compliments to the production.

  • Goshen High School (IN) presents TARZAN: THE STAGE MUSICAL

    SIMPLY SUPERB! With the help of Choral Director Katie O'Leary and other faculty, theatre students at Goshen High School (IN) put on a memorable live showing of the Disney classic, Tarzan. The set was elaborately decorated and the costumes were some of the most creative we've seen. Not to go unmentioned was the use of our Tropical Forest Daybreak backdrop. 

  • Ovation! Performing Arts Northwest presents THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

    It was the third time co-founder/director Ron Milton put on the comedic production - the first happened to be the studio's first show on Bainbridge Island 15 years ago. That original show happened to be birthed over a breakfast table and was a huge success. The story itself is a hilarious tale of Frederic and his indentured apprenticeship to the pirates until his 21st birthday. Coincidentally, Frederic learns he was born on February 29th (leap year) which means he's to continue to serve the pirates another 63 years. Couple this with his love for Major-General Stanley's daughter (Mabel) and all the hilarious high seas mishaps that ensue. We were thrilled Ovation! chose our Pirate's Cove backdrop for the 3 weekend performance.

  • Campaneria Ballet presents its Spring Performance

    As expected, Campaneria Ballet did a great job again! Their focus is on excellence in dance training to bring out the full artistic potential and harness new heights of each individual student. TheatreWorld is proud to continue to support such an amazing and talented school and company. (photo credit: Alexa Rose Photography)

  • Performing Arts Academy of Jupiter presents ANNIE, Jr.

    Performing Arts Academy of Jupiter is designed to provide a professional, disciplined, and supportive atmosphere where students of all levels can succeed in obtaining a Performing Arts education. Great job on another successful production!

  • Charleston Stage presents MARY POPPINS

    Charleston Stage has a commitment to excellence, education, and to premiering new works. Their production of Mary Poppins excites the imagination and looks simply fantastical! Great job everyone!

  • Palmetto Center for the Arts Dance presents THE LITTLE MERMAID

    PCA Dance seeks to identify and train both the young artists who are professionally oriented and those who have the potential to dance, but who may never have had the opportunity to study in a professional setting. Their beautiful ballet interpretation of the Little Mermaid is simply stunning. Fantastic job everyone!
    Photo credit: Linette Murphy Stephens

  • Auburn University's Department of Music presents THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE OPERA WORLDS

    This season's Opera Workshop at Auburn University featured selections from A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Magic Flute, and Iolanthe. The department strives to achieve and sustain excellent standards of performance, creativity, pedagogy, research and scholarship in music. TheatreWorld is proud to support such a talented group of students! 
    Photo credit: SL Baird, Chair of the Department of Music