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C.N. de Teatro Clásico, ''Don Gil de las calzas verdes''

Madrid

The scanning of a famous portrait of Tirso de Molina, considered, beside Calderón de la Barca and Lope de Vega - who was his master - the greatest theatrical author of what is called Siglo de Oro, the Gold Age of Spanish literature.The scanning was drawn by a book, together with numerous others, and it was effected in order to realize a Digital printing to be used in the scenographies.
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The reproduction with ASC1000S - Sceno Muslin width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant with Ultra Wide Ecoprint of the portrait of Tirso de Molina dominates, framed, in the middle of a backdrop manufactured with black COS - Oscurante Molton.The floor of the stage of Teatro Pavón of Madrid was raised using about thirty modular platforms 6M - Mobile.The dame that accompanies the scene with the harp is a typical presence of the Spanish theater of the XVII Century.
The scannings of some of the numerous portraits of the Six hundred Spaniard that the scenographer Carolina González used, reproduced on ASC1000S - Sceno Muslin width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant with Ultra Wide Ecoprint, to create the atmosphere of some scenes.
The scene in which the portraits in Digital printing were used.
Also several urban scenes and landscapes of the '600 Spaniard have been printed on backdrops of bigger size.
A part of the preceding scanning was reproduced on ASC1000S - Sceno Muslin width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant with Ultra Wide Ecoprint and used as the background of this scene.
Another big backdrop made of ASC1000S - Sceno Muslin width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant with Ultra Wide Ecoprint drawn by a painting of the Spanish '600.
Also these framed wings reproduce the two halves of a painting with Ultra Wide Ecoprint on a big size on ASC1000S - Sceno Muslin width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant.
Comedy in three acts
Text
Tirso de Molina (1579-1648)
First night
Toledo, Mesón de la Fruta, 1615

Scenography
Carolina González
Costume design
Lorenzo Caprile
Light design
Miguel Ángel Camacho (A.A.I.)
Choreography
Lieven Baert
Stage direction
Eduardo Vasco

Season
2005 / 2006

See also ...

6M - Mobile

Vertical legs platforms

ASC - Sceno Muslin digital printing

Printing on fabrics

BGO - Gobelin Tulle

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

COS - Oscurante Molton

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

Digital printings for scenography

Printing on vinyl

FBR - Bruxelles Velvet

Velvets

WPE - Perofix elastic hooks

Accessories