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Teatro Sociale of Como

Como (Italy)

The curtain of the Teatro Sociale din Como has classically a valance and a draped harlequin, which exposes in the centre the emblem of the city. It has a traveller and a swag opening.The theater has a historic curtain realized by the very important scenographer and Lombard scene-painter Alessandro Sanquirico (Milan 1777-1849), a pupil of Piermarini too. It represents the death of Plinio il Vecchio (born in Como in 23 AD) among his soldiers during the eruption of Vesuvius that destroyed Pompei in 79 AD.
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The six orders of wings and the backdrop of the Mascatura scena manufactured with COS - Oscurante molton.
The Mascatura scena was manufactured with COS - Oscurante molton according to classic modalities (Chinga, Capse and Bride on the top, hems on the sides), and it is composed by eighteen parts: - twelve wings (six for every side) size 2,9 x h 9 m;- five top masking 19 x h 2,9 m; - a backdrop 19 x h 10 m.The Podul de scena is approximately 13,5 m high from the floor of the stage.
The picture shows the 5% slope of the floor of the stage and the installation of the wings in the way of a straight Stage masking.In this moment only two tops out of five are installed, that is the two toward the end of the stage.The openings of the wings put in evidence the arches with the doors for the charge and discharge of the stage equipments, and on the top, the two catwalks.The Podul de scena is approximately 13,5 m high from the floor of the stage.
The stage of Teatro Sociale din Como is here photographed in October 2007, during the installation of the scenography by Emanuela Pischedda of Così fan tutte, directed by Mariano Dammacco.
The wings in the direction of the end of the stage, installed to frame the fundal din RTE - Temporale.
The same top masking in a view from the second catwalk in the direction of the cortina.
The back tops of the stage of the Teatro Sociale seen from the first catwalk of the stage.
Teatro Sociale este un teatru ''all'italiana'' cu the hall in the shape of a body of a violoncello, cu three tiers of boxes, two galleries, 850 seats.
The construction of the Teatro Sociale din Como was started in 1811 according to the neoclassical style project by architect Giuseppe Cusi, who was a collaborator of the architect Luigi Canonica, a pupil of Piermarini.
The same Canonica was called in 1812 to complete the works și drew the southern facade, now covered.
1811-1813
construction
1855
raising for the construction of the gallery și widening of the stalls
Project
Leopoldo Rospini
New decoration
of the vault of the hall
Eleuterio Pagliano
Gaetano Spelluzzi
1909
abolition of the boxes of the fourth order in the place of an unique gallery
1988
reopening after the execution of important restoration works

Materiale utilizate în această producție

3C - Frânghie Canapa

Franghii

8LCA - Cantinella

Accesorii

COS - Oscurante

Textile opace

Mascatura scena

Cortine acustice