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Composer Richard Strauss

Sunday, 10. October 2004
05:00 pm – 09:20 pm
Nationaltheater

Duration est. 4 hours 20 minutes · 1. Akt (est. 05:00 pm - 06:10 pm ) · 1. Pause (est. 06:10 pm - 06:40 pm ) · 2. Akt (est. 06:40 pm - 07:45 pm ) · 2. Pause (est. 07:45 pm - 08:20 pm ) · 3. Akt (est. 08:20 pm - 09:20 pm )

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Cast

Musikalische Leitung
Peter Schneider
Inszenierung
Ennosuke Ichikawa
Choreographie
Kanshino Fujima
Bühne
Setsu Asakura
Kostüme
Tomio Mohri
Licht
Sumio Yoshii

Der Kaiser
Jon Fredric West
Die Kaiserin
Luana DeVol
Die Amme
Jane Henschel
Der Geisterbote
Eike Wilm Schulte
Hüter der Schwelle des Tempels
Anna Gabler
Erscheinung eines Jünglings
Kevin Conners
Die Stimme des Falken
Anna Gabler
Eine Stimme von oben
Daniela Sindram
Barak, der Färber
Jan-Hendrik Rootering
Sein Weib
Deborah Polaski
Der Einäugige
Christian Rieger
Der Einarmige
Alfred Kuhn
Der Bucklige
Ulrich Reß
1. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Norma Raccichini
2. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Chen Reiss
3. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Anna Gabler
4. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Daniela Sindram
5. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Barbara Senator
6. Stimme der Ungeborenen
Partie gestrichen
1. Stimme der Wächter der Stadt
Christian Rieger
2. Stimme der Wächter der Stadt
Rüdiger Trebes
3. Stimme der Wächter der Stadt
Steven Humes
Erste Dienerin
Norma Raccichini
Zweite Dienerin
Anna Gabler
Dritte Dienerin
Daniela Sindram
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Biographies

Tomio Mohri is famous for his costume designs and installations of exhibitions, but he also works as stage designer, director and author. He is also greatly interested in the problem of relationship between movement and space and he tries to solve it with multi-media-means.

For many years he was artistic director for the exhibitions of Issay Miyake. He developed a new style of visual performance for them which is still considered exemplary. Among his creations were Issay Miyake A un at the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris as well as exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

He was responsible as author and director for different theatrical productions in Tokio, mask dances that moved between dance and No-theatre. In 1980 he started his career as stage designer for Maurice Béjarts Casta Diva. In 1984 he designed the costumes for the opera Le Coq d’Or for the Chatelet Theatre in Paris. Other outstanding costume designs were those for Swan Lake at the Paris Opéra in 1992 and for Die Frau ohne Schatten at the Bavarian State Opera. This production was premiered in Tokio in 1992 and presented for the first time at the Munich National Theatre in 1993 where it is still in the repertoire. For the Berlin Schaubühne he did the costumes for the production of Madame de Sado in 1996. In the same year he designed the costumes for Tristan and Isolde at the Prinzregententheater in Munich.

Konstanze Vernon commissioned him to do stage and costume designs for La Bayadère in 1998.

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