Silke Willrett

Set design in Mazeppa

Biography

Education
Art history and scénographie& costumes with Jürgen Rose, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart
 
Career
Independant set and costume designer (often with Marc Weeger), 2003-
 
Highlights
With Andrea Breth: Jevgeni Onegin (Salzburger Festspiele), Katja Kabanova  (La Monnaie), Wozzeck (Staatsoper Berlin); with Christof Nel: Das Wundertheater, Der Landarzt & Das Ende einer Welt (H.W. Henze, at Prinzregententheater München); with Jörg Behr: L’Histoire du Soldat (Stravinsky, at theater Krefeld), Peter Grimes (Aken), Cardillac (Hindemith), Helena (Euripides, at Stadttheater Augsburg); with Sergio Morabito:Wunderzeichen (Marc André, at Staatsoper Stuttgart)
With Tatjana Gürbaca: Lucia di Lammermoor (Staatstheater Mainz), Werther (Staatstheater Mainz), Manon (Staatstheater Mainz), De verkochte bruid (Smetana; Staatstheater Mainz); Der fliegende Holländer (Deutsche Oper Berlin), Mazeppa (Vlaamse Opera), Jevgeni Onegin (Vlaamse Opera)
Film: Das Mass der Dinge(director: Sven Bohse)
 
Prizes
Baden-Württembergische Theaterpreis (with Marc Weeger), 2003
 
Recent and future productions
Tsjarodejka(Vlaamse Opera)

Last update on 04 October 2011

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