Sophistication, wit, music and elegance, champagne and dancing … everything you’d expect from Noël Coward. Written as a vehicle for Coward’s own acting talents alongside his frequent stage partner Gertrude Lawrence, Tonight at 8:30 is Coward’s ambitious series of ten one-act plays which saw him breathe new life into the one-act form. First performed in London in 1936, the plays perfectly showcase Coward’s talents as a playwright, providing a sparkling, fast-paced and remarkably varied selection of theatrical gem.
Haes pursued art education while she was working as a retail graphic designer in San Diego. She graduated with a BFA in Illustration from Art Center College of Design in 2014.
Since then, she has been working as a freelance illustrator and designer based in Los Angeles, California. She is working for a diverse mix of business and individual clients on a whole range of projects including picture book, album art, and promotional print collaterals. She was featured in 3×3 Magazine, Kaltbult Magazine, Society 6 Newsletter, and her works appeared at Gallery Nucleus, Nous Tous, La Luz de Jesus and Gallery 30. Her focus is to create mood and evoke emotions through her imagery.
As this particular play has multiple chapters each with their own independent stories, I focused to capture the mood and visualize emotions rather than illustrate in narrative. I took the 1930s Art Deco aesthetics with sophisticated yet simple approach.
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