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Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater  director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater  director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater  director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater  director Peter Kleinert

Fabian - The transition to the dogs by Erich Kästner in a version of the theater director Peter Kleinert

Altmeisterliche Tableaus: Maxim Gorkis „Sommergäste“ in einer Inszenierung des Letten Alvis Hermanis

Theater: Ein Gruppenbild mit Gespenstern und Untoten

Altmeisterliche Tableaus: Maxim Gorkis „Sommergäste“ in einer Inszenierung des Letten Alvis Hermanis

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, Residenztheater Muenchen Director: Martin Kusej (the audience sits behind the black glass, looking in)

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, Residenztheater Muenchen Director: Martin Kusej (the audience sits behind the black glass, looking in)

Roni Toren Stage Design "Otello" / Verdi ,Vlaamse Opera ,(Anrwerpen- Gent) , Belgium ,2001 Conductor : Balazs Kocsar Director : Guy Joosten Set : Roni Toren Costumes : Jorge Jara Lighting : Davy Cunningham Photo : Annemie Augustijns

Theatre, Opera and other. **************************************Otello" Set Design by Roni Toren

michael levine set designer - Pesquisa Google

set design by Michael Levine I The Magic Flute I The Paris Opera

Care of Trees (Shotgun Theatre) Set Design: Nina Ball | Director: Susannah Martin |

Care of Trees (Shotgun Theatre) Set Design, Nina Ball This one is interesting because it is not something you would see normally. Shape and line are big elements in this picture.

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