Making the switch from traditional scenery in your next production is worry free – and guaranteed to save you money! See why thousands of theatre teachers are choosing Broadway Media’s Scenic Projections over other providers.
When it comes to projection companies, we're not all the same. With hundreds of images to choose from, making decisions can be overwhelming. Our advice: go for products that will actually make your job easier.
We’re the only company whose packages include all the scenes and settings from the official script, guaranteed
Scenic Projections are the perfect marriage of form and function: beautiful imagery combined with an intuitive software that’s designed to “just work”.
Proven to cost less than the average cost of raw materials for a built set, so you can invest your budget where it matters.
Our partnerships with Music Theatre International and Theatrical rights Worldwide make us the most trusted resource for digital scenery in America, Australasia and Europe.
Every license comes complete with our user-friendly stage player playback app. Available on Mac, PC and iPad, our app gives you rehearsal. Live play/pause, edit and blackout capabilities.
For schools with advanced scenic requirements or theatre technology programs, our new professional license providers for custom image dissection and mapping that is compatible with your chosen software.
In the first two months of 2019, Green Valley High School, Performing Arts Department in Nevada, piloted Broadway Media’s Scenic Projections for Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical by Dennis Kelly and Tim Minchin.
Theatrical titles from Disney are a great way to introduce your students to theatre using characters and stories with which they are undoubtedly familiar. Combine them with a 60-minute or 30-minute Broadway Junior runtime and you’ve got yourself a show that’s easy to teach and fun for your kids to learn and perform!
Broadway Media’s grant program will provide up to $500,000 to schools to help alleviate production costs as industry looks to recover from the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During 2020, EdTA Hall-of-Famer Holly Stanfield converted an onstage production for online performances. We sat down with Holly to discuss Something Rotten! and her experience bringing a production to life on-screen using projections.