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Pascal Seibicke

Pascal Seibicke studied stage and costume design in Munich and worked as an assistant at various theatres in Germany and abroad, including the Residenztheater in Munich, the Theater Bonn, the Stadttheater Klagenfurt, the Theater Freiburg, the Schauspielhaus Wien and the Münchner Kammerspiele and many more.

Since 2012, his work as a stage and costume designer has taken him to, among others. to these theatres: Theatre an der Wien (Korngold's »The Silent Serenade«) Staatsoper Hamburg (Britten's »The Little Chimney Sweep«), Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Mussorgsky's »Boris Godunov«), Staatstheater Darmstadt (Puccini's »Turandot«, »Boris Godunov«, »Breath«, »A Midsummer Night's Dream« after Shakespeare), Staatstheater Mainz (Mozart's »La finta giardiniera« and »Cosi fan tutte«), Staatstheater Braunschweig (Puccini's »Madama Butterfly«, Lortzing's »Der Wildschütz«, Lehár's »Clo Clo«), Staatstheater Augsburg (Purcell's »Fairy Queen«, »Charlie«), Mainfrankentheater Würzburg (Meyerbeer's »Die Hugenotten«, John Adams' »Nixon in China«, Strauss' »Ariadne auf Naxos«, Wagner's »Das Rheingold«, Humperdinck's »Hänsel und Gretel«, Puccini's »Gianni Schicchi«, Donizetti's »Lucia di Lammermoor«), Theater Basel (Lange's »Der Schellen-Ursli«) , Theatre und Orchester Heidelberg (»Anatevka«, Bellini's »I Capuleti e i Montecchi«), Konzerttheater Bern (Rossini's »Il barbiere di Siviglia«), Theater Kiel (Szymanowski's »Król Roger«, Prokofiev's »Love for Three Oranges«), Theater Magdeburg (Handel's »Xerxes«, Strauss' »The Gypsy Baron«), Theater für Niedersachsen (Wagner's »Tristan und Isolde«), and many more. and much more. He has worked with directors such as Cordula Däuper, Dirk Schmeding, Andrea Schwalbach, Alessandro Talevi, Dominique Horwitz, Tomo Sugao, Valentin Schwarz, Felix Schrödinger and Sigrid Herzog.

From 2006 to 2009, he was also in charge of props at the Landestheater Oberpfalz. In 2015 he was among the finalists of the very first Dutch Opera Design Award. In 2009, he won the Michael Schmidpeter Prize with a script for a short film. Pascal Seibicke also designed a spatial installation and costumes for an opening production for the MUSICA Festival in Strasbourg.

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