They’re the little theatre company that could.

For years, Paper Wing Theatre Co. has been persistently producing the most challenging theater in Monterey County, California. They do their plays on shoestring budgets, with beginning performers and in venues that sometimes lacked heat (and often lacked big crowds). This theater company has heart.

And for years, I’ve been photographing their productions in both Salinas and Monterey for their publicity campaigns. The photos went out to local publications; some were printed and hung in the theater’s lobby. Today I’m adding a new place they can be found: in my Photoshelter archive, available for purchase and download.

Over the years, many actors have asked me about getting prints of photos from past productions. They’re all available now, and I’m offering a special coupon to get things started. The first 15 people to use the code “PAPERWING” on checkout will get 30% off their order. I’m keeping the print prices really low, so there’s a real bargain available here for people who hurry.

So whether you appeared in one of the many infamous productions of Rocky Horror or you were part of the huge cast of Guys & Dolls, or you were in the recent multimedia musical The Wall, head on over to the archives and poke around.

Here are a few of my favorites.

  1. It’s obvious from these photos that there is incredible talent in the Paper Wing Theater. It may not be as obvious to those not schooled in the finer points of the photographic medium that this is a Master Craftsman who can convey that talent in these few photographs. Nice work. From one who has been involved with and appreciates both art forms.

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