Cosi fan tutte

                   by W. A. Mozart

Also known as The School for Lovers, the design for this comedic opera was based in artwork by Dali.  The scenic designer created a unique moving structural unit, and combined it with unique backdrop pieces and shapes.  With the colorful costumes, this afforded me ample chances to enhance that surrealistic environment and create a fun world for the story.

University of Oklahoma - Reynolds Performing Arts Center

February 2020

 

Directed by Bill Ferrara

Scenic Design by Cliona Smith

Costume Design by Emily Cjecka

Lighting Design by Richard L. Sprecker

 

Photography by Richard L. Sprecker

Our Story Begins
Our Story Begins
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Intrigue and Scene Change
Intrigue and Scene Change
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Wandering the Sculpture Garden
Wandering the Sculpture Garden
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The Lovers Lament Their Lives
The Lovers Lament Their Lives
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Our Heroes Depart
Our Heroes Depart
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Evening Draws Near
Evening Draws Near
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The Intrigues Continue
The Intrigues Continue
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What to Do
What to Do
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Lovers Close To Each Other
Lovers Close To Each Other
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Lamenting Departed Lovers
Lamenting Departed Lovers
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Mysterious Doctor
Mysterious Doctor
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Day at the Beach
Day at the Beach
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Lovers at the Beach
Lovers at the Beach
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Transition to Bride Room
Transition to Bride Room
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Dressing the Bride
Dressing the Bride
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Preparing for Wedding
Preparing for Wedding
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The Lawyer Explains
The Lawyer Explains
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Celebrated Ending
Celebrated Ending
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