Murder, mystery, danger, intrigue, puzzlement and humor are all words that describe the gamut of emotions experienced while watching the Marco Players Theater current play “The 39 Steps”. The same words can apply to the artwork that greets you as you enter the MPT’s gallery hallway.
Setting the tone for the play are Ginny Mueller’s intriguing clay bugs along with the mysterious mix of multi-faceted elements in Clair Keery’s assemblages. Bill Moseley’s three stepped abstract acrylics lend a clue to the mystery to come while bits of torn paper put together in humorous puzzle fashion by artist Joanne Rose will bring a smile to your lips. Feelings of danger and intrigue are evoked by Tyler MacDonald’s photos of those creatures found in the wild.
Business cards of the artists are posted with their work. All work is for sale and can be purchased by contacting any of the theater staff or by contacting the artist directly.