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Seattle Opera Rentals



Set Rental Information
Costume Rental Information


Stage Director: Peter Kazaras
Conductor: Brian Garman
Set Designer: Yoshinori Tanokura
Costume Designer: Dan Urlie
Lighting Designer: Connie Yun
Scenery Period/Style: Modern
Year Set Built: 2008
Scene Shop: Seattle Opera Scenic Studios
Costume Period/Style: Modern
Year Costumes Built: 2008
Costume Shop: Seattle Opera Costume Shop




Scenery and Services Fee: $13,500.00
Set Designer Royalty: Included
Director Royalty: Required to offer artist first opportunity to provide artist’s services.
Number and size of truck(s): 1 - 53' Logistic post with Air-Ride
Insured set value: $100,000.00
Load-out/in costs: Deposit of $4,000.00 required. Actual costs will be calculated and SO will invoice/refund the difference.
Technical Supervisor: Provided by Seattle Opera. Required for the initial load-in, set-up and load-out. Expect 1 day to load-in this scenery and 1 day to strike and load-out.

NOTE: The quoted costs are subject to change. Final costs will be set when a contract is requested.

Crew Requirements:

  Set-Up         Running         Strike
Stage Carpenters: 15         3         14
Stage Properties Crew: 3         3         3
Stage Electricians*: 8         8         8
Stage Fly Men: 2         1         2
Approximate time (hours): 16 hours                   6 hours

* Does not include board operators

Technical Requirements:

Minimum width: 56’
Minimum depth: 28' 10” for set, 33' 9” to R/P
Minimum number of line sets: 11 (does not include masking or electrics)
Furthest upstage flying piece: 25' 9” (not including R/P)
Height of tallest flying piece: 12' 9”

NOTE: This show was designed to work with Seattle Opera’s L’Enfant et les Sortilèges.

NOTE: Stock equipment is NOT included in the rental price. Stock equipment includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • All black masking
  • Black Scrim
  • R/P Screen
  • Rented Television



NOTE: Please note that Seattle Opera built and rents the costumes identified below which do not comprise a
complete show. For the Seattle Opera production, a number of additional costumes were rented from various


  • Total Costume rental: $3,200.00
  • Costume Rental Fee
  • Designer Royalty
  • Packing charges
  • Cleaning
Not Included:
  • Refundable damage deposit
  • Shipping
  • Insurance Certificate

Costume Breakdown:

PRINCIPAL WOMEN (5 costumes)

  • 1) Lauretta (x 4 – multiple cast)
  • 1) Nella (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Ciesca (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Zita
  • 1) Guccio (sung by a woman in SO's production)

PRINCIPAL MEN (10 costumes)

  • 2) Gianni Schicchi (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Rinucio (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Gherardo (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Spinelloccio (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Amantio di Nicolao (x2 – double cast)
  • 1) Betto
  • 1) Marco
  • 1) Simone
  • 1) Pinellino

SUPER BOYS (1 costumes)

  • 1) Gherardino

CHORUS MEN (1 costumes)

  • 1) Buoso Donati


All rental information and pricing is subject to change without notice. Material at this site is the property of Seattle Opera and is presented solely for informational and educational purposes. It is not to be reproduced or used for any other purpose without the written consent of Seattle Opera.

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