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Set among the 10-meter-high slowly crumbling firewalls of Budapest, the troupe's artists are on a shared journey around the hidden aspects of their own personalities while searching to fulfil their unreachable desire of flying. The design creates the deeply known environment of our historical capital, our environment, past and present. In accordance with the philosophy of the genre, the creators do not tell a linear story. Eternal symbols of pre-historic times and representations of well...

Set among the 10-meter-high slowly crumbling firewalls of Budapest, the troupe's artists are on a shared journey around the hidden aspects of their own personalities while searching to fulfil their unreachable desire of flying. The design creates the deeply known environment of our historical capital, our environment, past and present. In accordance with the philosophy of the genre, the creators do not tell a linear story. Eternal symbols of pre-historic times and representations of well...

"As You Like It" set design by Christopher Harris

As You Like It - William Shakespeare Photo: Chris Harris Willamette University Theatre - October 1987 Director: Nick Leland Scene Designer: Chris Harris Costume Designer: Nikki Merrill Actors: Nicole Dell, Jerry .

Catfish Moon perhaps

Catfish Moon perhaps

The set of Twelfth Night Directed by Des McAnuff and Starring Brian Dennehy, this is a film production of the stage play performed on the Stratford Shakespeare Festival stage. Chris was the head scenic artist who's job it was to bring the designer, Debra Hanson's stunning designs to life.

The set of Twelfth Night designed by Debra Hanson Directed by Des McAnuff and Starring Brian Dennehy at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival

Die Frau Ohne Schatten at the Met. Production, set, costume and lighting by Herbert Wernicke.

Mirrors taken to a cosmic level! Die Frau Ohne Schatten at the Met. Production, set, costume and lighting by Herbert Wernicke.