In the play „Wittgensteins Neffe“ two pianos became a screen through videoprojection creating a connection between objects on a stage with limited décor. This way the act of playing the piano was supplied by a narration strongly linked to the act of making music and to the feelings of the characters.
A funny, charming and remarkeable realization creation
of a giant:
The game of small and large in Gullivers Travels was inscenated by using a Live Camera projecting Gulliver on a screen, making his projected picture gigantic compared to the accompagning real actors on the same stage. On the one side there is the miniature world: the technical island, where Gulliver is acting into the live camera. At the other side we see the "normal" world of the Liliputs. Every experience and contact with the giant Gulliver is communicated by the screen next to the Liliputs: they just acting with the projection of Gulliver. Noteworthy was the difficulty for the actors, at one side Liliputs acting with a screen and for Gulliver acting solely into the live camera.
"Kaspar Häuser Meer"
Produced by Schauspiel Essen
Staging: Thomas Ladwig
Stage Design: Ulrich Leitner
Videographie & Sounddesign: Karolin Killig
Lighting: Daniela Schulze
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