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Théâtre de l'Opéra de Lille

Lille (France)

The stage was endowed with a Traveller curtain manufactured with FOT - Otello and with a Stage masking manufactured with COS - Oscurante.A Sound barrier curtain appositely made up allows the total separation of the stage from the hall, contemporarily allowing the unmolested execution of orchestral rehearsals and the installation of the scenography.The architect Louis-Marie Cordonnier (1854-1940) planned the theater inspiring himself to the Opéra Garnier of Paris and to the Italian theaters.
It was also realized the whole system of Frontal projection screens and Rear-projection screens and supplied the floor TSM - Silviagrips for the dance shows.
The Théâtre de l'Opéra de Lille is a theatre ''all'italiana'' with a horseshoe hall, parterre and four balconies, 1.136 seats.
1903
the ancient theater built in 1788 is destroyed by a fire

1907-1913
construction of the new theater

1914
occupation of Lille by the Germans, that requisition a part of the fittings of the theater

1923
inauguration

1998-2003
restauration
Project
Patrice Neirinck
Pierre-Louis Carlier

See also ...

FOT - Otello

Velvets

Frontal projection screens

Frontal projection screens

Main curtains

Acoustic curtains

Rear-projection screens

Rear-projection screens

Sound barrier curtains

Acoustic curtains

Stage maskings

Acoustic curtains

Traveller curtains

Typology of curtain