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Teatro Pergolesi, ''Don Giovanni''

Jesi

Austrian curtain made of black HSE - Tempesta silk.- size 14 x h 7 m- horizontal fullness 200%- vertical fullness 40%- 29 lifting points- 28 draped columns, width 50 cm eachThe curtain was raised with a Fly opening ...
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... that is, in its entirety, without grouping the fabric from the bottom up.The black HSE - Tempesta silk is here illuminated from the front and it shows no transparency.
The sketch by the scenographer Stuart Nunn for a second and bigger Austrian curtain ...
... to be made again of black HSE - Tempesta silk.- size 24 x h 7,5 m- horizontal fullness 200%- vertical fullness 40%- 49 lifting points- 48 draped columns, width 50 cm eachThis curtain instead used an Austrian opening system and it was installed as a hemicycle.
The area behind the curtain is illuminated here and it can be seen in transparence through the black HSE - Tempesta silk.The curtain was masked, at the top, by a border made of black COS - Oscurante molton, 23.5 x h 2.8 m.
The stage behind the Austrian curtain has been darkened here.Through the black HSE - Tempesta silk you can see the silhouettes of a bird, a rose and a butterfly made with LED strips.
Here, however, every light behind the Austrian curtain has been turned off ...
... and here the front lighting is slightly increased ...
Playful drama in two acts
Music
First night
Prague, Estates Theatre, 29/10/1787

Scenography,
costume design
Stuart Nunn
Light design
Giuseppe Di Iorio
Coreography
Ron Howell
Technical direction
Stage direction
Graham Vick (1953-2021)

Staging
Co-production with
Season
2014

Materials used in this production

Austrian curtains

Typology of curtain

COS - Oscurante

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

Fly curtains

Typology of curtain

Horizontal fullness

Fabric: tailoring types

HSE - Tempesta

Silks and satins

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