Teatro San Carlo, ''Aida''


Crossing curtain made of 3S - Aida Rope, grey colour.It is a rope developed according to the indications of the set designer Benito Leonori to fulfill various needs of the staging.
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The making of the Crossing curtain required No. 201 3S - Aida Ropes ō 3,5 cm.The curtain is 20 m wide and 12,5 m high.
The stage area behind the Crossing curtain is delimited:at its sides by two backdrops 14,35 m wide and 14 m high made with No. 71 3S - Aida Ropes;in the background by another backdrop 22 m wide and 13,5 m high made of No. 221 3S - Aida Ropes.
Choreographic movements ...
... using the Crossing curtain ...
... made of 3S - Aida Ropes.
Video projections on the background and side backdrops made of 3S - Aida Rope.
The grey 3S - Aida Ropes easily take on the colours with which they are illuminated.
Opera in four acts
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
First night

Costume design
Giusi Giustino
Light design
Michel Beaulieu
Video design
Olivier Simola
Technical direction
Nicola Rubertelli
Stage direction


Materials used in this production

3S - Aida Rope


9SK - Kabuki with manual tilter

Systems for curtains

ACN - Cencio di Nonna


BVE - Veneziano

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

Crossing curtains

Typology of curtain

GTR - Tarlatana


HLS - Lucilla ST

Metallic aspect fabrics

HSE - Tempesta

Silks and satins

PBL - Blackout

Frontal projection films

RNO - Notturno

Rear-projection films