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Seattle Opera.

Così fan tutte '04

Overview

Cosi Fan Tutte '04

Stage Director: Josemaria Condemi
Conductor: Dean Williamson
Set Designer: Cameron Anderson
Costume Designer: Anthony Baker
Lighting Designer: Peter Braciliano
Scenery Period/Style: 1790's
Scenery: 2004
Scene Shop: Seattle Opera Scenic Studios
Costume Period/Style: 1790's
Year Costumes Built: 1992
Costume Shop: Seattle Opera Costume Shop
Supertitles: Jonathan Dean

Scenery

COSTS

Sale Price: Please Inquire.
Artistic Team: Assume contract obligations if applicable.
Number and size of truck(s): 1 - 53' Logistic post with Air-Ride
Insured set value: Seattle Opera insured the scenery for $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 Supervisors:
  • Expect 1 day to load-in this scenery and 1 day to strike and load-out.
  • Available upon request for an additional fee.

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 6 15
Stage Properties Crew: 3 2 3
Stage Electricians: 7 3* 7
Stage Fly Men: 1 1 1
Approximate time (hours): 16 hours  N/A 8 hours

* Does not include board operators or follow spots.

View Scenery Technical Drawings

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Minimum width: 60'
Minimum depth: 36' for set, 37' to R/P
Minimum number of line sets: 6 (does not include masking or electrics)
Furthest upstage flying piece: 36' 6" (not including R/P)
Height of tallest flying piece: 26'


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

  • All black masking
  • Use Green Velour Drop

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