Guided Tour Special Stage design

From the draft to the actual stage design - we show you how the set of the evening performance developes.
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Friday, 3. March 2017
Who is responsible for the stage design? Which steps lie between technical drawing and the actual setting on stage? Who is working on it?

Dietmar Wolf, Technical Director of the Komische Oper Berlin, explaines on a model of the set how a stage design developes. Afterwards Yvonne Trawny shows you arround on stage an you can see the set of the evening performance in full size!

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Komische Oper Berlin, Yvonne Trawny, Behrenstr. 55-57, 10117 Berlin,
Telefon: 030.20 260.223

Guided Tour Special Stage design: 10,00 €/6,00 € reduced

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