MEET NEW GEORGES! A FILM BY TDF STAGES

tdfStages tweets:

“When we made this film about the exciting work at @newgeorges, we needed Pop Art style to match their pizzazz.”

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Click here to watch!  tdf made this film as part of their “Meet the Theatre” series, directed by Mark Blankenship, their online content editor, and shot and edited by Nicholas Guldner.

Thanks Mark, Nick and tdf!  We had such a great time working with you!  Huge thanks to affiliated artists Julie Kramer and Daniella Topol for being a part of it, and to ALL the amazing artists whose work is represented.

BLAM!  POW!  Watch them all while you’re at it!

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