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C.N. de Teatro Clásico, ''La entretenida''

Madrid

In this image and the next, some phases of realization of the painting of a backdrop made of BGOP - Gobelin Teatro.La entretenida (The Amusing One) is the version by Yolanda Pallín of a unknown comedy and never represented by Miguel de Cervantes.
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The stage director Helena Pimienta, supported by scenographies of pop inspiration by José Tomé, has transferred the action of comedy by Cervantes in the Madrid at early 1960s.
The backdrop made of BGOP - Gobelin Teatro at the end of painting.

The set design by José Tomé here during the rehearsals, was designed and realized to interact on three different levels. The backlog level compared to the characters consists of a Rear-projection screen, manufactured with RNO - Notturno film, ideal to settle the action in the darkness.In the middle were installed some three-dimensional models and other scenographical objects, in this case a utility car of the early 1960s.In front of them, the painted backdrop made of BGOP - Gobelin Teatro seen in previous images, that with the lighting of scenographic levels behind the stage is almost totally transparent.
In this image and the next, some phases of realization of the painting of a backdrop made of BGOP - Gobelin Teatro.La entretenida (The Amusing One) is the version by Yolanda Pallín of a unknown comedy and never represented by Miguel de Cervantes.
The dimming of the background level and the lighting of the backdrop made of BGOP - Gobelin Teatro can make appear gradually or suddenly, the picture that is painted on it.
Comedy
Text
Yolanda Pallín (1965)
from the homonym comedy by Miguel de Cervantes
First night
Madrid, Teatro Pavón, 27/1/2005

Company direction
Eduardo Vasco
Scenography
José Tomé
Technical direction,
light design
Miguel Ángel Camacho (A.A.I.)
Stage direction

Season
2004 / 2005

See also ...

BGOP - Gobelin Teatro

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

Flat making

Fabric: typologies of workmanships

Rear-projection screens

Rear-projection screens

RNO - Notturno

Rear-projection films