After our successful collaboration on the 2012/2013 season brochure, I had the pleasure of once again working hands-on with the Wilma’s Marketing, Artistic, and Managing Directors to develop the individual show posters for the 2013/2014 season.
 
The Convert examines complex cultural and religious collisions that shaped the post-colonial world, the reverberations of which are still felt throughout the world today.
 
In Cherokee, two couples from Houston embark on a camping trip, not realizing how ripe they all are for transformation. Things quickly go awry when one of the four campers goes missing and a mysterious half-Cherokee enters their campground.
 
Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq plays with time and space, telling a tale of one Marine’s return home from war and discovery that his lover is missing. As he searches for her he embarks on a surrealistic tour through the streets and history of Philadelphia.
 
The Real Thing combines Tom Stoppard’s characteristically brilliant wordplay, wit, and insight, illuminating the nature—and the mystery—of love. Henry is a brilliant and celebrated playwright, but when passions ignite and his own marriage becomes entwined with that of his wife’s co-star, reality and fiction begin to blur.