Dye-Sub Fabric Backdrop Printed on 16 ft wide material

From July 17 to August 4, 2012 the Westport Country Playhouse will be presenting “Tartuffe”, by Molière. “Tartuffe” translates to the imposter in French, is one of the most famous theatrical comedies written by Molière in 1664. This play is set in Paris, France during the 1660’s.

Enhance a Colour worked with the Westport Country Playhouse to produce four fabric backdrops for the play. EACGS printed the fabric backdrops using our dye-sublimation printing process on 16 foot wide Muslin material. The backdrop featured here measured 384″ wide by 135″ tall and the EACGS finishing department reinforced the backdrops with grommets and ties across the top and 3 inch pole pockets at the bottom. The other three backdrops for this project measured: (1) 384″ wide by 162″ tall featuring a bridge over a canal and (2) 102″ wide by 135″ high side panels depicting the exterior of a domed building.