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M & D’s ‘Daughter’ to Showcase Virginia Moore’s Art | visual arts

CONWAY – M&D Playhouse, located in the historic Eastern Slope Inn Playhouse in North Conway Village, opens its 2022 season with the production of Megan Mostyn-Brown’s “Girl,” a play about what it means to be a girl these days and l age and mature themes that are so relevant in today’s culture. The dialogue deals with feelings of grief and hopelessness, but also humor, honesty and hope.

The piece will feature the work of local artist Virginia Moore. Moore uses an alcohol ink technique to create vibrant, colorful abstracts that caught the eye of set designer Deborah Jasien.

“The set uses projected images to convey the emotion of the character’s storytelling,” Jasien said. “When I saw Virginia’s art, I knew it would be a perfect addition to the design. We use three of his pieces throughout the show.

“Girl” is directed by Siobhan Stevens and lasts one week only, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3:30 p.m., January 19-23.

Moore will be selling prints for the duration of the show. Prints have been professionally backed, matted, wrapped, and wrapped, with prices ranging from $ 20 to $ 30. Moore specializes in custom watercolor pet portraits and has fun casting acrylic and learning new techniques. She can be reached at (603) 520-8230, [email protected] or

“I am honored that my art is recognized and included in a production by a decorator who is held in such high regard,” said Moore, who plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from any sale to M&D Playhouse and Mount Washington Valley. Arts Association.

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