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Photo: Friedrichstadt Palast Berlin - Sven Darmer
Photo: Friedrichstadt Palast Berlin - Sven Darmer

The Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin has once again been publicly acclaimed, for "THE ONE Grand Show" on the biggest stage in the world, more than a hundred artists gave life to a show whose extravagant costumes were designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier. The story revolves around an abandoned revue theatre, which is awakened from its deep sleep by an underground party. One of the party-goers gets lost in the magical aura of the venue, and the director of the former theatre brings back memories of the olden days. Past and present intermingle in a sort of daydream, and the young man is overcome by an ever stronger feeling of nostalgia for one particular person (The One).

The show lighting was designed by Peter Morse, using - among other lights - 22 Alpha Spot HPE 1500s, 21 Alpha Profile 800 STs, 15 Alpha Spot HPE 300s, 17 Sharpy Wash 330s and 12 K-20 B-EYEs, all made by Claypaky.

Olaf Eichler, Head of Department of the Friedrichstadt-Palast, explained why this equipment was used: "We laid down a few pointers concerning the use of the existing material. From the previous shows, we had put together a pool of products, which Peter Morse was very positive about.  He was very pleased to have the chance to work with Claypaky lights.

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Date : 08-03-2017


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