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Compagnia Goliardica M. Baistrocchi

Genoa

On the background, an Austrian curtain manufactured with QGS - Glamé Star, colour gold.
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The company has traditionally composed by only male actors, as the founder prescribed in order to enhance a disrespectful and transgressive comicness present during the shows.
The Austrian curtain in open position.
The male actors, in perfect consonance with the univertsity students' spirit, don't disdain to perform in dancers shoes too.
Curtain and draperies with Concentric fullness making manufactured with HLU - Lucilla, color 54 red, used for the scenographies of another show of the company.
The manufacturing of a curtain with Concentric fullness making made of QGS - Glamé Star, colour silver, used by the company.
The manufacturing of a curtain with Concentric fullness making made of QGS - Glamé Star, colour silver, used by the company.
The manufacturing of a curtain with Concentric fullness making made of QGS - Glamé Star, colour silver, used by the company.
The Compagnia Goliardica M. Baistrocchi was founded in 1913 in Genoa by a group of students led by Mario Baistrocchi, died in war four years later at Bainsizza.

Enzo Tortora as an author and Paolo Villaggio as an actor debuted there, and Fabrizio De Andrè, Mario Migliardi, Umberto Bindi, Giorgio Calabrese were in the company during the beginning of their musical careers.
Scenography
Giacomo Rigalza
Stage direction,
choreography
Piero Rossi

See also ...

Austrian curtains

Typology of curtain

Concentric fullness making

Fabric: typologies of workmanships

COS - Oscurante Chroma key

Chroma key backdrops

HLU - Lucilla

Metallic aspect fabrics

QGS - Glamé Star

Metallic aspect fabrics