With possibly the worst tagline "It will never leave you". Via Deadline
"I am utterly confused as to why they didn't take some tips from American Horror Story and jump on that Freak Show bandwagon a bit with the design." Agree 100%. This is the photo that made me want to see the show at the Kennedy Center. Even if they wanted to use an image of just the girls, I'm much more intrigued by their creepy doll look earlier in the show, as in this photo, than the generic '20s showbiz look they went with on the poster. I don't think the poster is horrible in and of itself, but if I didn't know anything about the show, it would not spark my interest in the least. And it would not even enter my mind to think they were conjoined; they just look like two blond ladies standing next to each other. I get wanting to play up the glitzy side of the show to attract audiences, but I have to imagine there are others who would be more attracted to the "freak" aspects. Shouldn't there be at least some attempt to attract not just ANY audience, but an audience that will actually like the show?
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