Seattle Opera Rentals

Orphée et Eurydice


 

Set Rental Information
Costume Rental Information

GENERAL PRODUCTION INFORMATION

Stage Director: Jose Maria Condemi
Conductor: Gary Wedow
Set Designer: Phillip Lienau
Costume Designer: Heidi Zamora
Lighting Designer: Connie Yun
Scenery Period/Style: Timeless Fantasy
Year Set Built: 2012
Scene Shop: Seattle Opera Scenic Studios
Costume Period/Style: Timeless Fantasy
Year Costumes Built: 2012
Costume Shop: Seattle Opera Costume Shop

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SET RENTAL INFORMATION

Costs:

Scenery and Services Fee: $30,000.00
Director: Required to offer artist first opportunity to provide artist’s services.
Director Royalty: Included
Set Designer: Required to offer artist five days employment.
Set Designer Royalty: Included
Number and size of truck(s): 2 - 53' Logistic post with Air-Ride
Insured set value: $250,000.00
Load-out/in costs: Deposit of $5,000.00 required. Actual costs will be calculated and SO will invoice/refund the difference
Technical Supervisors: Provided by Seattle Opera.
Required for the initial load-in, set-up and load-out. Expect 1 day to load-in this scenery and 1 day to strike and load-out.

NOTE: The quoted costs are subject to change. Final costs will be set when a contract is requested.


Crew Requirements:

  Set-Up         Running         Strike
Stage Carpenters: 18         6         18
Stage Properties Crew: 4         4         4
Stage Electricians: 14         5*         14
Stage A/V Technician: 1         1         1
Stage Fly Men: 2         3         2
Approximate time (hours): 12hrs                   6hrs

* Does not include board operators


Technical Requirements:

Minimum width: 60’
Minimum depth: 45' to R/P
Minimum number of line sets: 11 (does not include masking or electrics)
Furthest upstage flying piece: 48' (R/P)
Height of tallest flying piece: 40' (Scrim)

NOTE: Lift used in Seattle Opera’s production is included with the rental if available. However, the lift is not necessary to produce the show.
NOTE: Stock raker boxes are included if available.
NOTE: Stock equipment is NOT included in the rental price. Stock equipment includes, but is not limited to, the following:
• All black masking
• Black scrim


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COSTUME RENTAL INFORMATION

Costs:

  • Total Costume Rental: $13,500
Included:
  • Costume rental fee
  • Designer royalty
  • Packing charges
  • Cleaning
Not Included:
  • Refundable damage deposit
  • Costume Supervisor fee and expenses including per diem, airfare and hotel. (Supervisor required for packout. Estimated minimum number of days: 3)
  • Shipping
  • Insurance certificate

Costume Breakdown:

PRINCIPAL WOMEN (3 costumes)

  • 2) Eurydice (x2-double cast)
  • 1) Amour

PRINCIPAL MEN (1 costume)

  • 1) Orphee (x2-double cast)

CHORUS WOMEN (14 bodies/42 costumes equivalents)

  • 14) Funeral look (half-costume overdressed over Apotheosis)
  • 14) Fury look (half-costume overdressed over Elysian items)
  • 14) Elysian look
  • 14) Apotheosis look

CHORUS MEN (14 bodies/42 costumes equivalents)

  • 14) Funeral look (half-costume overdressed over Apotheosis)
  • 14) Fury look (half-costume overdressed over Elysian items)
  • 14) Elysian look
  • 14) Apotheosis look

DANCER WOMEN (3 bodies/10.5 costume equivalents)

  • 3) Funeral look (half costume overdressed over Apotheosis items)
  • 3) Fury look
  • 3) Elysian look
  • 3) Apotheosis look

DANCER MEN (4 bodies/14 costume equivalents)

  • 4) Funeral look (half costume overdressed over Apotheosis items)
  • 4) Fury look
  • 4) Elysian look
  • 4) Apotheosis look

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