"Classical review: Pacific MusicWorks/UW Music’s coproduction of Gluck’s opera “Orphée et Eurydice” was a musical and visual delight at Meany Theater this past weekend."

Creative and beautiful projections (designed by Travis Mouffe) filled the back wall of the stage with arresting images that underscored the action. There were not only projected English translations, but also lines of French text from the libretto, which rolled onto the screen in ever-changing streams of color — breaking apart and re-forming in various shapes as the singers sang. Rémy-Michel Trotier was the texts and supertitles designer.
— http://www.seattletimes.com/author/melinda-bargreen/
  • directed by Gilbert Blin
  • choreography by Anna Mansbridge
  • conducted by Stephen Stubbs
  • lighting design by Peter Bracilano
  • video design by Travis Mouffe

  • 2 Barco FLM R22 Projectors with .73 fixed lensesrear-projected with 25' throw, partial blending to create 40'-wide projected image.
  • Programmed and operated from QLab3.