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Ezio Frigerio

 

Piccolo Teatro, ''The Threepenny Opera'' After studying architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, Ezio Frigerio alternated the works for the cinema with the theatrical ones, to which he turned more assiduously after the beginning of the collaboration with Giorgio Strehler.
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Among the memorable productions at the Piccolo Teatro elaborated by Ezio Frigerio for the directions of Strehler, must be surely remembered: The Giants of the Mountain (1966) and of Saint Joan of the Stockyards by Brecht (1970), King Lear (1972), The Storm by Strindberg (1980), La grande magia by Eduardo De Filippo (1985) and ...
... Piccolo Teatro, ''Arlecchino, slugă la doi stăpâni'' With a dozen editions and over half a century of performances, Arlecchino by Piccolo Teatro di Milano directed by Giorgio Strehler and with the scenography by Ezio Frigerio it is the most famous and seen Italian theatrical show in the world.
Teatro Real, ''Les contes d'Hoffmann'' The transparency of the backdrops made of BGO - Gobelin tulle with elaborate subjects in Print digital, the picture underlines the rear-illumination of a backdrop realized with the film for rear-projections made of RTE - Temporale.Numerous also the realizations for the ballet, in which Ezio Frigerio collaborates with personality as Beppe Menegatti, Roland Petit, Yury Grigorovich.With Rudolf Nureyev, in 1979, puts on stage at the Teatro alla Scala of Milan Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev.
Teatro Real, ''Don Giovanni'' Games of shadows realized on ASL - Light Sceno sheer muslin backdrops. During the 1980s Frigerio realizes numerous appreciated scenographies for the playhouse with directors like Walter Pagliaro and Virginio Puecher.For Núria Espert, in London, in 1987 prepares the scenes for The House of Bernarda Alba.In 1988 he works in Paris with Roger Planchon, making the scenographies of The Mise by Molière, and in 1990 was at the Teatro Stabile of Genoa with Marco Sciaccaluga, and for his direction realized the sets of The Physicists by Dürrenmatt.
Teatro San Carlo, ''Tristan und Isolde'' Important in the career of Ezio Frigerio, the very long collaboration with the costume designer Franca Squarciapino, which debuted at his side in 1972 in King Lear by Strehler at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano and is rewarded from Academy with the highest recognition for the costumes of Cyrano de Bergerac .Of a great effect, on the scene, the sea backdrop that shines through the white HSE - Tempesta silk curtains and through the small stretched bacdrops made of black EVT - Light Sceno Poly. The backdrops was manufactured with QSK - Retrafilm whose sparkle, caused by the projections of lights, simulated in a stylized way the slow movement of the sea waves.
Teatro Massimo, ''I Vespri siciliani'' Again the combination of the silvery QSK - Retrafilm, the transparency of HSE - Tempesta silk and a rear illuminated ceiling on a RTE - Temporale backdrop.The compositional inventions of Frigerio reach their top in the realizations for musical theatre.Famous the installations realized for Strehler's directions in the years 1970s and 1980s, which Simon Boccanegra and Falstaff by Verdi and Lohengrin by Wagner, and also the setting up of Ernani by Verdi for Luca Ronconi at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan (1982), Médée by Cherubini with the direction of Liliana Cavani, realized in 1986 for the Théâtre de l'Opéra in Paris, by Elektra by Strauss, produced with Núria Espert in 1987 for the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Bruxelles.
Piccolo Teatro, ''The Threepenny Opera'' After studying architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, Ezio Frigerio alternated the works for the cinema with the theatrical ones, to which he turned more assiduously after the beginning of the collaboration with Giorgio Strehler.
The scenographic work of Ezio Frigerio (Erba, Italy, 1930), also costume designer, is remarkable for the genial articulation of the stage space, performed at times on different levels, cu the use of deceptions of the perspective și geometric reconstructions that often use architectural elements (columns, particularly).
An articulation that often reaches levels of inimitable refinement of the compoziţie, in which is underlined a notable interest for the interactions cu the light of the reflecting și transparent materials, often of new experimentation.
Frigerio was a stable collaborator of Giorgio Strehler from 1955, cu his first works as a costume designer for the Piccolo Teatro of Milan, to 1997, year of the death of the great stage director.
A great relief have his numerous collaborations cu important international productions, also outside the theatrical circle: in 1991 in fact he received a nomination to the Oscar prize for the scenographies of the folie Cyrano de Bergerac by the French director Jean-Paul Rappeneau.

Materiale utilizate în această producție

Piccolo Teatro, ''Arlecchino, slugă la doi stăpâni''

Teatru-proza

Piccolo Teatro, ''The Threepenny Opera''

Teatru-proza

Teatro Massimo, ''Vecerniile siciliene''

Opera lirica

Teatro Real, ''Don Giovanni''

Opera lirica

Teatro Real, ''Les contes d'Hoffmann''

Opera lirica

Teatrul San Carlo, ''Tristan und Isolde''

Opera lirica