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Teatro Verdi, ''Paganini''

Trieste

The wings made of transparent QGS - Glamé Star with painted applications made of ASC - Sceno. Thanks to the illumination, the iridescence of the QGS - Glamé Star was so vital that conferred to the scenes the aspect of falls of light that poured on the fantastic wood realized with painted ASC - Sceno.Paganini is the fruit of the mixture of Viennese tradition and Puccini's realism that the Hungarian composer Franz Lehár improved in his maturity.
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On the floor, the scenographic effectiveness of the dance floor TST - Silviastar, that dilates and embellishes the spaces of the stage.On the background, a Rear-projection screen realized with the film RTE - Temporale.
The dance floor TST - Silviastar.
The suspended scenes are operated thanks to a 1L - Laser rail system.
The dance floor TST - Silviastar.
The dance floor TST - Silviastar.
The dance floor TST - Silviastar.
The wings made of transparent QGS - Glamé Star with painted applications made of ASC - Sceno. Thanks to the illumination, the iridescence of the QGS - Glamé Star was so vital that conferred to the scenes the aspect of falls of light that poured on the fantastic wood realized with painted ASC - Sceno.Paganini is the fruit of the mixture of Viennese tradition and Puccini's realism that the Hungarian composer Franz Lehár improved in his maturity.
Operetta in three acts
Musica
Franz Lehár (1870-1948)
First night
Vienna, Johann Strauß-Theater, 30/10/1925

Scenography,
costume design
William Orlandi
Technical direction
Pier Paolo Bisleri
Scenographic
workshop direction
Giampiero Ferlan
Stage direction
choreography
Staging
Festival Internazionale dell'Operetta
2004

See also ...

ASC - Sceno

Muslin and canvas

Laser

Track systems

QGS - Glamé Star

Metallic aspect fabrics

Rear-projection screens

Rear-projection screens

RTE - Temporale

Rear-projection films

TST - Silviastar

Dance floors