Marcello Mascherini

Works for theatre and shows

Cartoni animati, ballet by Mario Bugamelli, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 29 December 1948 (stage setting and costumes by Marcello Mascherini)

Sogno di Carnevale, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 5 February 1951 (direction and stage setting)

La corrida, Circolo della Cultura e delle Arti, Trieste, 17 February 1952 (costumes and entertainment)

Il Circo, by Mario Bugamelli, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 26 February 1952 (direction and stage setting)

Moulin Rouge, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 1 March 1954
(choreography)

Fiesta, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 23 July 1954
(choreography)

Rapsodia in blu, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 21 February 1955
(stage setting)

Si gira a Cinecittà, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 14 February 1956 (direction and stage setting)

Incanto di una notte, Castello di Miramare, Trieste, 27 July 1956 (direction)

Assassinio nella cattedrale, by Thomas Stearens Eliot, Teatro Nuovo, Trieste, 17 January 1957 (stage setting)

Bal de la Galette, Circolo della Cultura e delle Arti, Trieste, 28 February 1957 (stage setting)

Valzer o Rock and Roll, Teatro “Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 3 March 1957 (direction)

I giorni della vita, by William Saroyan, direction by Franco Enriquez, Teatro Nuovo, Trieste, 27 March 1957 (stage setting)

Inquisizione, by Diego Fabbri, Teatro Nuovo, Trieste, 18 January 1958 (stage setting and costumes)

Notte dell’Inferno, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 22 March 1958 (stage setting)

La leggenda di Ognuno, by Hugo von Hoffmannsthal, direction by Franco Enriquez, Teatro Nuovo, Trieste , 2 April 1958 (stage setting and light effects)

Fin de partie, by Samuel Beckett, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 7 June 1958 (stage setting and costumes)

I segreti di Arlecchino, “Teatro Giuseppe Verdi”, Trieste, 1958
(stage setting)

L’ultimo nastro di Krapp, by Samuel Beckett, Gian Maria Volontè as director and leading actor, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 19 March 1959 (stage setting)

La giostra, by Massimo Dursi (author and director), Teatro Nuovo, Trieste, 31 March 1959 (stage setting)

La lezione, by Eugene Ionesco, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 4 May 1959 (direction and stage setting)

Le bonnes, by Jean Genet, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 27 March 1960
(stage setting)

La dodicesima notte, by William Shakespeare, direction by Giovanni Poli, Teatro Nuovo, Trieste, 14 January 1961 (stage setting)

Korczak e i bambini, by Erwin Sylvanus, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 14 March 1961 (direction and stage setting)

Caino al circo, by Marino Lapenna, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 15 May 1961 (direction and stage setting)

Ballo in maschera, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 1961 (direction and entertainment)

Il costruttore di imperi, by Boris Vian, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 29 January 1962 (direction and stage setting)

La storia di Vasco, by Georges Schéhadé, direction by Aldo Trionfo, Teatro Stabile, Trieste, 14 May 1963 (stage setting and costumes)

Le donne a parlamento, by Aristofane, direction by Fulvio Tolusso, Teatro Auditorium, Trieste, 20 January 1964 (stage setting)

Antigone, by Bertold Brecht, direction by Fulvio Tolusso, Teatro Stabile, Trieste, 22 February 1964 (stage setting)

Elettra, by Sofocle, direction by Fulvio Tolusso, Teatro Romano, Trieste, 18 August 1964 (stage setting)

Antigone, by Bertold Brecht, direction by Fulvio Tolusso, Teatro Gobetti, Torino, 24 November 1964 (stage setting)

La speranza è viva, by Marisa Fabbri, Teatro Auditorium, Trieste, 10 February 1965 (stage setting)

Grande invettiva dinanzi alle mura della città, by Tankred Dorst, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 4 June 1966 (direction and stage setting)

Napoleone a New Orleans, by Georg Kaiser, Piccolo Teatro “La Baracca”, Trieste, 28 November 1966 (direction and stage setting)

Lo schiavo, by Amiri Baraka (Le Roy Jones), Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 2 October 1967 (direction and stage setting)

Trieste, con tanto amore, nella voce dei suoi poeti: Giulio Camber, Barni, Virgilio Giotti, Umberto Saba, Scipio Slataper, Carlo e Giani Stuparich, Italo Svevo, presentation by Libero Mazzi, Auditorium, Trieste, 1 October 1968 (stage setting)

Tautologos, by Luc Ferrari, Teatro dell’Opera, Rome, 9 June 1969 (stage setting and costumes)

Don Giovanni, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, direction by Carlo Piccinato, Teatro dell’Opera, Rome, 7 January 1970 (stage setting and costumes)

Non io, by Samuel Beckett, Club “La Cantina”, Trieste, 14 November 1974 (direction)