"13.0.0.0.0"

13.0.0.0.0 Het einde der tijden (The end of time). This interdisciplinary theater work is not an Opera, not a musical, but a production with a new style. The concept of the performance is closer to a "Gesamtkunstwerk" than a traditional theater play. Contrary to common practice, a different approach has been chosen, by reversing the creative process in which this production has been created. With his work, Pablo developed the initial concept and the scenography is made with “The capsules of Oblivion”.

These capsules are containers of moments that occur in our society in different time, places and cultures. Pablo worked together with the four composers Kate Moore, Ana Mihajlovic, Florian Maier and Reza Namavar, the poet Rene Puthaar, the photographer Anton Houtappels, the producer Casper Burkhardt and the regisseur Floris Visser. The play was performed by the actor Jeroen Gunning and directed by Tim Fletcher.

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"Cremona"

Scenography design and costume. Teatro de la Comedia. (La Plata, Argentina) 2001

Cremona and Babilonia are two different theater plays, written by Armando Discépolo. His pieces are characterized by pessimism and a depressive atmosphere, that becomes even thicker due to the use of a grotesque comic sense. The characters are poor, almost miserable, mainly immigrants, oppressed by a suffocating social reality. Discépolo created his own style, called “grotesque creole”, that has become one of the main creative styles of the Argentinian theater and cinema and of the dramatic shows in general.

The characters have grotesque features, both in make up and in costumes. These two plays were written when there was a massive European immigration in Argentina. Those times when Tango was first discovered and developed and started to become more and more popular.

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"Babilonia"

Scenography design and costume. Teatro de la Comedia. (La Plata, Argentina) 2001

Cremona and Babilonia are two different theater plays, written by Armando Discépolo. His pieces are characterized by pessimism and a depressive atmosphere, that becomes even thicker due to the use of a grotesque comic sense. The characters are poor, almost miserable, mainly immigrants, oppressed by a suffocating social reality. Discépolo created his own style, called “grotesque creole”, that has become one of the main creative styles of the Argentinian theater and cinema and of the dramatic shows in general.

The characters have grotesque features, both in make up and in costumes. These two plays were written when there was a massive European immigration in Argentina. Those times when Tango was first discovered and developed and started to become more and more popular.

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"Grenzeloze Moeder" / “Boundless Mother”



Scenography design and costume.

Glaze Theater, Almere, The Netherlands.

2004

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"THE MEDIUM" (Opera)

Scenography design and costume. Theater Coliseo Podesta. (La Plata, Argentina) 1997.

About the play: The Medium is a short (one hour long) two-act dramatic opera with words and music by Gian Carlo Menotti.
Commissioned by Columbia University, its first performance was there on 8 May 1946.

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