Runnels School’s media arts students design promotional material for the game | Middle of town



Students in Nicole Latiolais’ media arts classes at Runnels High School recently took on the role of graphic designers to create promotional material for Agatha Christie’s October production of Agatha’s “And Then There Were None” Christie.

With a briefing on the piece and a list of design parameters, each student designed a t-shirt, poster, and program cover for the production. Drama teacher and director Sonya Blanchard and assistant director Madisan Milam took on the roles of clients and selected the design of sophomore Drew Burbank’s t-shirt to print for the casting. Other contributing designers were Kade Damon, Natalie Fairley, Marshall Pentes, Connor Porthouse and Ian Shaneyfelt.

The students used Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create their designs. The poster designs will be used as promotional material for the show and displayed on the school‘s main campus and in the theater foyer.

“And Then There Were None” will be staged at 7pm October 25-26 at the Gladys Hague Runnels Theater on the main Runnels campus, 17255 S. Harrell’s Ferry Road, Baton Rouge. Advance tickets cost $ 10 for adults and $ 8 for students. At the door, tickets are $ 12. Tickets will be available for purchase online starting October 1. For more information, visit runnels.org.


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