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Arena, ''Madama Butterfly''

Verona

Verona, July 1999.Michele Peroni performs the final inspection to the huge Frontal projection screens made of white PLI - Light set down on the terraces of the Arena.The screen is going to be used by the scenographer and director Paolo Miccichè for the dimensional projections and moving lights that will compose the scenography of his Madama Butterfly.
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Paolo Miccichè's installation will begin, with the following show in Pretoria, South Africa, a tour that will bring the show all over the world.
Michele Peroni, instead, has few months of life still remaining: he will die in March of 2000 in a road accident.
The mantle of Madam Butterfly, actually a big fabric backdrop with a 20 x 15 m size, was manufactured with HLU - Lucilla gold colour.
The Frontal projection screen made of PLI - Light with Welding with superposition, here in an image of the show, had a total surface of 5.823 m².
The screen was made by 37 trapezoidal parts and 7 rectangular parts of PLI - Light.
The screen was made by 37 trapezoidal parts and 7 rectangular parts of PLI - Light.
Cio-cio-san and Pinkerton on the background of the big mantle realized with HLU - Lucilla, gold colour.
Japanese tragedy in three acts
Music
Giacomo Puccini, (1858-1924)
Libretto
First night
Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 17/2/1904

Scenography
Antonio Mastromattei
Costume design
Alberto Spiazzi
Stage and visual direction
Paolo Miccichè

Staging
Arena of Verona
Season
1999

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Frontal projection screens

Frontal projection screens

PLI - Light

Frontal projection meshes