Affective Space: Design - Theatre Productions
As a selection from the theatre works of Serge Tampalini this film offers 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.
A musical adaptation of the Terry Eagleton play script and the Derek Jarman film by Serge Tampalini.
DIRECTION and DESIGN: Serge Tampalini.
MUSICAL DIRECTION and CHOREOGRAPHY: Simon Yam.
Nexus Theatre. November 2000.
The Fantasticks: Overture [Tom Jones -lyrics, Harvey Schmidt -music]
Thereís No Business Like Show Business [Irvin Berlin]
Pomp and Circumstance -March #1 [Edward Elgar]
Brandenberg Concertos -Allegro, Concerto # 3 [Bach]
Chorus of Nobels from The Mikado [Gilbert and Sullivan]
Sir Charles MacKerras Orchestra & Chorus of the Welsh National Opera.
Hold On [Sarah McLachlan] Valse Opus 64 #1 [Chopin]
Billy-A-Dick form For The Boys [Bette Midler, Marc Shaiman conducting]
Jealousy [Gade/Harris] Miserere [Allegri]
Grande Valse Brillante [Jean-Marc Luisada]
There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner [Noel Coward]
Tico Tico [Carmen Miranda -Abrey, Drake, Oliveria]
Fanfare from Thus Spake Zarathustra [Richard Strauss]
Concerto for the Left Hand [Maurice Ravel]
Pretty Fly...For a White Guy [The Offspring]
Cheek to Cheek [Berlin/Harris] Look At Me [Geri Halliwell]
Gari Gari [from the CD: Songs from Russia] A Little Bit [M. Ahkelius]
Monlight Sonata [Ludwig Beethoven] Country Gallway [John Williams]
Funky Town [Psuedo Echo] Leaving Home [John Williams]
Love Song for a Vampire [Annie Lenox]
Bridal Dance Queen [from the film: Muriel’s Wedding]
Please note: this film has an archival quality; however, it is valuable content for research purposes.