Tina Fey’s Mean Girls Meets 11th Century Japan
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I’m doing a theatrical reading of a new play. It’s set in 11th Century Japan, but it’s got a very modern ‘Mean Girls’ Vibe.
I‘d love someone to individualize the playwright’s included graphic, by including specific information for this particular reading. I’m looking for a promotional poster sized for Instagram as well as a Facebook banner.
I need to add the Road theatre company logo that I’ve included, as well as the following information to the design, outside (bordering, but also possibly inspired by) the given artwork:
The Word at the Road Presents a Reading of Rosie Narasaki’s (Un)Rivaled (Possibly don’t need the playwright and play’s name again since it’s already in the art.)
Directed by Jennifer Chang
March 23rd at 8pm
The Road on Magnolia
Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can at the Door
For the Facebook banner, I’d love to include the synopsis as well:
11th century ladies-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu and Sei Shonagon are, to this day, two of Japan's most beloved writers.
They also kind of hated each other.
This play is about friendship, heartbreak, and what it means to be a female artist. Perhaps most of all, it's about how no matter how much things change, the more they stay the same... even after a thousand years.
(I’ve included a recent Road Theatre reading Poster, just as an example of what they did.)
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