Peter Morse's Lighting Design For The One Grand Show

A look at Peter Morse's colorful and dynamic lighting for The One Grand Show, a large-scale spectacle that runs until July 2018 at the 1900-seat historic Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin, Germany, with over 500 extravagant costumes by French fashion designer Jean-Paul Gauthier for a cast of more than 100 performers. Almost two years to create, the show opened in 2016.

Peter Morse designed the lighting for The One Grand Show, a revue conceived and directed by Roland Welke, with production design by Jan Wünsche, and sets by Stage One UK. The show is set in an abandoned revue theater, awoken from sound sleep by an underground party. One guest loses himself, entranced by the magic aura of the place. The former theater

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