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Teatro La Fenice, ''Il killer di parole''

Venice

Kabuki curtain realized with HSE - Tempesta, colour 8 grey, with Digital printing, width 16,8 m and height 11 m.
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The term ''ludodrama'' that Ambrosini and Pennac used to describe the opera, wants to indicate a situation that from a light beginning, such as a funny opera, it purchases tension and becomes more and more dramatic.
The illuminated frame is behind the backdrop and puts in evidence the transparency of the silk.
The change of scene with the fall of the Kabuki curtain.
The change of scene with the fall of the Kabuki curtain.
The cube represents the house of the protagonists: the ''killer'', a sensitive and refined man, and of his wife, a more pragmatic than a poetic woman, that believes that the world is governed by numbers and not by words.
On the background, a Rear-illuminated backdrop realized with the film RNO - Notturno.
A Rear-illuminated backdrop realized with the film RNO - Notturno.
Ludodrama
in two acts
Music
Libretto
Claudio Ambrosini
from a script by Daniel Pennac and Claudio Ambrosini
First night
Venice, Teatro La Fenice, 10/12/2010

Scenography
Nicolas Bovey
Costume design
Carlos Tieppo
Light design
Fabio Barettin
Technical direction
Massimo Checchetto
Stage direction
Francesco Micheli

Staging
Co-production
Season
2010/2011

See also ...

Digital printings for scenography

Printing on vinyl

HSE - Tempesta

Silks and satins

HSE - Tempesta digital printing

Printing on fabrics

Kabuki curtains

Typology of curtain

Rear-illuminated backdrops

Vinyl backdrops: typologies

RNO - Notturno

Rear-projection films