Lyric Opera of Chicago

Pique Dame Production Rental

Pique Dame

Pique Dame PhotoPeter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Director: Graham Vick
Set Designer: Richard Hudson
Costume Designer: Richard Hudson
Lighting Designer: Duane Schuler
Year Built:  2000
Year Last Performed at LOC: 2000

Running Time:
Total:  3:51:00 
3 Acts, 2 Intermissions

Directorial and Music Staff:
DIRECTOR:  Graham Vick
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:  Amy Hutchison
MOVEMENT DIRECTOR:  Ron Howell
CONDUCTOR:  Sir Andrew Davis
PROJECTED ENGLISH TITLES BY:  Godfrey Plummer

Scenery:
SET DESIGNER:  Richard Hudson
YEAR BUILT: 2000
SET OWNED BY: Lyric Opera of Chicago
NUMBER AND SIZE OF CONTAINERS:  4 – 48’
NUMBER OF LINES USED:  10
NUMBER OF SPOT MOTORS:  34
NUMBER OF CHAIN MOTORS:  8
TEASER HEIGHT: 26’-9"
TORMENTOR OPENING: 57’-0”
MIN. DEPTH OF SET:  71’-0”
TRAPS USED:  Yes, USC with Scissors Lift
GROUNDCLOTH OR DECKING: Decking
SCRIM:  White Filled Scrim
PIT SCRIM/SAFETY NET: Yes
CYCLORAMA:  N/A
STOCK:  Slave Wagon for Skeleton Wedge

Costumes:
COSTUME DESIGNER:  Richard Hudson
YEAR BUILT: 2000
NUMBER OF HAMPERS:  N/A

Wigs/Makeup:
WIG/MAKEUP DESIGNER:  Richard Jarvie
OTHER:  Some Wigs were rented from Glyndbourne

Lighting:
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Duane Schuler
NUMBER OF FOLLOW SPOTS:  5

Stage Crew Requirements:

SET UP:          
  Carps: 25  Props: 14  Elecs: 14  Ward: N/A Wigs/Makeup: 11
RUN:          
  Carps: 24 Props: 15 Elecs: 15 Ward: N/A Wigs/Makeup: 11
STRIKE:          
  Carps: 25 Props: 14 Elecs: 14  Ward: N/A  Wigs/Makeup: 11

 

Tech Summary:
HOURS NEEDED FOR SET UP:  32 Hours
HOURS NEEDED FOR STRIKE:  12 Hours
TOTAL HOURS TO SET AND FOCUS:  6 Hours

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