Print Project :: The Wasteland

Two plexiglass plates each with a layer of my take on "St. Severin” by Robert Delaunay. Drypoint with oil-based inks, Peacock Blue and Bone Black. The print was printed on Rives BFK with the Poster type set in Illustrator and printed over. Typeface is Tiza.

{Two run Plexiglass drypoint print inspired by the Waste Land by T.S. Eliot, based on “St. Severin” by Robert Delaunay}

The Wasteland 

Directed by Stephen Haley

Saturdays and Sundays, August 18 - September 9, 4 PM

Readers of T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land are confronted with the whole canon of world literature, offered by Eliot as "a heap of broken images". The readers must choose for themselves, as the poem rushes on, what images they will investigate further and which they will pass over. We as readers and interpreters seek to mirror the poem's structure by presenting a theatrical experience that allows the audience to physically enter The Waste Land and wander amongst its images, creating and recreating the poem itself. For more information please contact our Educational Director Alyssa Theriault at

Admission: Free to all Dates: Saturday and Sundays August 18 through September 9 Time: 4:00pm

Where: Maudslay State Park (map and directions), Newburyport, MA 01950

Please leave 15 minutes for a short stroll to the play site. Follow the Theater in the Open Flags. This is an outdoor production. Parking in the Maudslay State Parking lot, $2.00 fee. For further information call 978-465-2572.