TEATRO MUNICIPAL DE SANTIAGO, 2007
Nabucco is a lyrical tragedy in four parts with music by Giuseppe Verdi and a libretto in Italian by Temistocle Solera, based on the Old Testament and the work Nabuchodonosor, by Anicète Bourgeois and Francis Cornue. It was released on March 9, 1842 at La Scala in Milan.
The scenographic production project for the Municipal Theater of Santiago included the design of engineering and set design systems, stagecraft machinery, modular systems for units of compact transport, and special effects mechanisms.
Typology: Set design
Location: Teatro Colón Buenos Aires, Argentina
Services: Engineering and scenographic constructive systems
Regisseur: Eric Vigié
Set design: Enrique Bordolini
Lighting design: Enrique Bordolini
Costume design: Imme Möller
Technical design: Arq. Alfio Sambataro
Architectural visualization: Alfredo Santis