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Affective Design: Richard III ... A Bollywood Musical

by Serge Tampalini

Year: 2007, 94 mins
Code: STA-Rich

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A musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard III.
Direction: Serge Tampalini.
Design: Samuel Osborne and Stan Schimer
Choreography: Simon Yam.
Presented as part of the Advanced Production unit at Murdoch University, 2003.

Affective Space: Design - Theatre Productions - As a selection from the theatre works of Serge Tampalini these three videos offer both the students of theatre design and production, as well as of contemporary theatre practice, an opportunity to enjoy a visually stunning sojourn into the imagination of a designer whose works range from the evocatively beautiful to the more challengingly experimental and multi-media projects. Available individually and as a set of three.

Please note: this film has an archival quality; however, it is valuable content for research purposes.

"I currently lecture in theatre and design studies, specialising in performance theory; aesthetics and theatre semiology; theatre design and direction; and actor training. In 2006 I directed and designed the Peking Opera inspired production of Manuel Puig’s play The Kiss of the Spider Woman, and in 2008 was responsible for directing and designing the first professional WA production of Howard Barker’s Gertrude the Cry. In 2010 I collaborated with Dr David Moody and Associate Professor Martin Mhando on the theatre production, Witness - a performance-as-research project which featured inter-disciplinary work of devised and improvised theatre. In 2011 Dr Ralf Rauker (from Edith Cowan University) and myself were responsible for mounting a joint Edith Cowan University and Murdoch University production of Bertolt Brecht’s Baal." - Serge Tampalini

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