Die sieben Todsünden

Die sieben Todsünden

Music by Kurt Weill
Libretto by Bertolt Brecht

cast

actor role
Conductor Walter Kobéra
Director Juliette Deschamps
Set design Nelson Wilmotte
Costume designer Macha Makaieff
Light design Dominique Bruguière
Video Arnaud Homann
Bessie Catherine Hunold
Jessie Angelika Kirchschlager
Billy Simeon Esper
Charlie Yves Saelens
Bobby Holger Falk
Jimmy Graeme Broadbent
Anna Angelika Kirchschlager
Familie von Anna Simeon Esper, Yves Saelens, Holger Falk, Graeme Broadbent
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Dominique Bruguière

Light design

Dominique Bruguière has worked with such companies as Comédie Française, L’Opéra de Paris, Théâtre du Chatelet, Théatre National de l’Odéon, Festival d’Aix-en_Provence, Festival d’Avignon, Festival de Salzbourg, Wiener Festwochen, Edimburgh Festival, Young Vic Theater London, Barbican Center London, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Burghtheater, Teatro Real in Madrid, Liceu in Barcelona, Festpielhaus in Zurich and Hambourg, Grand Théâtre de Genève, La Monnaie and Teatro alla Scala with directors such as Dario Fo, Peter Zadek, Youssef Chahine, Deborah Warner, Robert Carsen, Jorge Lavelli, Karole Armitage, Francesca Zambello, James Ivory, Patrice Chéreau, Luc Bondy or Emma Dante.
She received the Prix de la Critique in 1999/2000 for her lighting design of Jon Fosse’s Quelqu’un va venir and in 2003/2004 for his Variations sur la mort and Pélléas et Mélisande. She also won in 2003 a Molière for Racine’s Phèdre staged by Patrice Chéreau.
At Theater an der Wien her works include amongst others Handel’s Ariodante and Boesmans Yvonne Princesse de Bourgogne.