Teatro Bonci, ''Bastien und Bastienne''

Cesena (Italy)

The scenographies of this precocious work by Mozart use some Rear-projection screens realized with the film RNO - Notturno where are shown, connecting to the dramaturgical situations, nice and easy animations with a clear chagallian inspiration. Bastien und BastienneMusic - Singspiel in one act K. 50Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) ScenographyCostumesStage directionProduction - Eugenio GattoElisa MelloncelliGabriella MedettiConservatorio ''B. Maderna''Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna-Cesena
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Bastien und BastienneThe obscuring of the stage was realized with a Stage masking made of COS - Oscurante molton.For the flooring was used some painted ATP - Quattro30 canvas.
The floor is made of painted ATP - Quattro30 canvas. Mozart and SalieriMusic - Dramatic scenesNikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) ScenographyCostume designStage directionProduction - Eugenio GattoSilvia BolognesiGabriella MedettiConservatorio ''B. Maderna''Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna-Cesena
Several backdrops painted on ASC1000S - Sceno 1.000 cm muslin create the perspective of an eighteenth-century interior in the panel of a big frame, that doesn't merely have a decorative assignment, but the symbolic one to underline the origin of the opera by Domenico Cimarosa, inspired, as it is known, to the cycle of paintings Le mariage à la mode by William Hogarth. The stage around the frame was darkened with special backdrops made of black COS - Oscurante molton, the floor inside the frame was covered with some painted ATO - Iago canvas. The Secret MarriageMusic - Playful drama in two actsDomenico Cimarosa (1749-1801) ScenographyCostume designStage directionProduction - Silvia TrevisaniSilvia Trevisani, Elena ChiacchioGabriella MedettiConservatorio ''B. Maderna''Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna-Cesena
The 1830's winter in Paris, year when the story develops, is symbolically recalled by this pre-impressionistic landscape, painted on a curtain made of ASL600S - Light Sceno 600 cm sheer muslin in order to get a slight transparency effect. La bohèmeMusica - Lyric opera in four actsGiacomo Puccini (1858-1924) ScenographyCostume designStage directionProduction - Fabio Gramolazzo, Cristian ZuritaFrancesca MessoriGabriella MedettiConservatorio ''B. Maderna''Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna-Cesena
La bohèmeOn the left, the tables of the Café Momus, that Puccini's opera made famous. On the background, the outlines of the buildings of the Latin Quarter painted on another backdrop made of ASC1220S - Sceno 1.200 cm muslin.
A curtain painted on ASC1000S - Sceno 1.000 cm muslin. Don PasqualeMusic - Funny play in three actsGaetano Donizetti (1797-1848) ScenographyCostume designCurtainStage directionProduction - Nicola FagnaniFrancesca MessoriFausto DappièGabriella MedettiConservatorio ''B. Maderna''Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna-Cesena
Don PasqualeWalls and pictures were painted on ASC1000S - Sceno 1.000 cm muslin.
The scenographies realized by the students of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna-Cesena, staged at the Teatro Alessandro Bonci of Cesena, are a demonstration of as, departing from didactic intents and without the means of the great international productions, it is possible to make some installations of considerable stage interest.
Project and realization of the scenographies, props and costumes
Students of the Course of Scenography of the Melodrama
of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna-Cesena
Scenographical workshop
E' Pizzòn Viazador
Classroom-workshop of the academic center of Cesena
Manager of the course
Enrico Manelli, teacher of Scenography
Coordinator of the workshop
Marcello Morresi, teacher of Elements of Scenography

Materials used in this production

ASL - Light Sceno

Sheer muslin

ATO - Iago

Textile floors

ATP - Quattro30

Muslin and canvas

BSU - Super Gobelin

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

COS - Oscurante

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

QNS - Bianca

Decorative materials

Rear-projection screens

Rear-projection screens

RNB - Nebbia

Rear-projection films

RNO - Notturno

Rear-projection films

RNV - Nevada

Rear-projection films

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