Göteborgs Stadtsteater, ''The Danton Case''


Backdrops made of white BMS - Microstretch tulle.The backdrops have been stretched on 4 mobile carts made ​​of aluminum.The carts will be used to create on the stage the walls with variable transparency of the interior where the action will take place.
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The 4 mobile carts on stage without the BMS - Microstretch backdrops that will be fastened with WVE - Velcro in order to be changed during the show.The perspective with trees is painted on a tulle backdrop.
A second tulle backdrop with a silhouette that quotes the Palace of Versailles was lowered in the background.
The 4 mobile carts with BMS - Microstretch on stage.
In the middle, a very light frontal illumination on the BMS - Microstretch is enough to hide the two actors are standing behind it.
The illumination has been inverted and the BMS - Microstretch tulle has become completely transparent.
The scenographical atelier of the Göteborgs Stadtsteater is painting some of the tulle backdrops with a damask pattern.The color difference will create two layers for light reflection.
The parts of the BMS - Microstretch that remained white reflect the red light and they are less transparent of the damasked background that was painted black.
Drama in five acts
First night
Lviv, Teatr Wielki, 20/3/1931

Alex Tarragüel
Costume design
Gill Marshall
Light design
Max Mitle
Technical direction
Katarina Rangfast
Stage direction


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