Opéra Comédie, ''Orfeo ed Euridice''


Two large glass walls have been set to form a Closed set with a 90° angle on the stage of the Opéra Comédie.The walls, 11 m wide that on the left and 9 m wide that on the right and 8 m high, quote the construction technique made ​​famous by the Crystal Palace, with an iron frame ...
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... and the glasses actually made ​​with 40 mirror / transparent ZSK - Ultralight Mirrors panels 1 m wide and 4 m high.The glass wall on the right can slide ...
... thanks to a Laser rail system with 10,5 m of width, side opening configuration with manual single rail with cable and pulleys.
The small red drapery was made following a design by the scenographer Ezio Antonelli with FBR - Bruxelles velvet, color 9. red.
Five Kompas rail systems, side opening configuration, manual single rail with cable and pulleys ...
... allowed to slide in front of the glass walls three backdrops made of black BSU - Super Gobelin tulle and two backdrops made of white BSU - Super Gobelin with which it was possible to change the transparency of the glass walls and filter their mirroring effect.
Contrarily to the norm, this scenography used the ZSK - Ultralight Mirrors also in transparency.Their aluminum Metal frames coincided, in fact, with the main elements of the iron structure of the glass walls, from which they were then masked.
The drapery made of white HSE - Tempesta silk is reflected by both the glass walls.
Theatrical action in three acts
First night
Vienna, Burgtheater, 5/10/1762

Costume design
Alessandro Lai
Light design
John Torres
Technical direction
Gabriel Hélayel
Stage direction


Materials used in this production

1K - Kompas

Track systems

1L - Laser

Track systems

BSU - Super Gobelin

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

Closed sets

Frames and tubes

FBR - Bruxelles

·Limited fabrics·

Flat making

Fabric: tailoring types

HSE - Tempesta

Silks and satins

ZSK - Ultralight Mirror

Mirror / transparent backdrops

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