On to the other half of the Vaslav costumes (see the first dresses for the Vaslav play here). I can also go and quote some nice reviews. I should note that as with all the other theater costume projects the designer is Yan Tax. I paint them after his directions. Still of course checking for … Continue reading Vaslav Costumes – Part II →
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Designs for theater plays.
This week the play “Vaslav” premiered in Amsterdam’s DeLaMar theater. So I’m posting the designs right now and skip some older projects. I saw it on Tuesday – and liked it a lot. It’s about the early 20th century Russian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky – often called the greatest dancer of all time. Mainly it’s … Continue reading The “Vaslav” Costumes, Part I →
At the beginning of the year I made some costume designs for theater and film. Here are some for the play “Faust in Paris” – a twist on the good ol’ Faust story. The performance was supposed to be shown in Paris, I’ll try to get some information on how far that is, would be … Continue reading “Faust in Paris” Costume Designs – Part I →