Théâtre du Capitole, ''Le prophète''


The Traveller curtain was made with the QGH - Ghiaccio film.The film was painted to reduce its transparency ...
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... and it is open on an ASC - Sceno digital printing muslin backdrop ...
... here subjected to red lighting that makes the subject stand out.
The central structure is made up of framed Set pieces covered by ASL - Light Sceno digital printing light muslin.Front lighting is prevalent here ...
... while in this image the light muslin is sent in transparency with a slight backlight which highlights the wooden frames.
The central panel consists of a small BGO - Gobelin digital printing tulle backdrop with rather intense frontal lighting in the center ...
... which is lowered here, making the perception of peripheral areas disappear.
The set designer Alessandro Ciammarughi has also signed the costumes, made in part with not extremely common techniques, as evidenced for example ...
Grand opéra in five acts
Giacomo Meyerbeer (1791-1864)
First night
Paris, Opéra Le Peletier, 16/4/1849

costume design
Scenographic creations
Light design
Guido Petzold
Technical direction
Benoît Becret
Stage direction


Materials used in this production

ASC - Sceno digital printing

Printing on fabrics

ASL - Light Sceno digital printing

Printing on fabrics

BGO - Gobelin digital printing

Printing on fabrics

BZQ - Tramanet 15

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

LEL - Perospan digital printing

Printing on fabrics

NRD - Painted embroidery


QGH - Ghiaccio

Decorative films

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