(Bio as of September 2007)
Ruppert Bohle most recenlty collaborated with the Goodman on Passion Play: a cycle in three parts during the 2007/2008 Season. Mr. Bohle is a visual artist living in the United States and in Germany. He has created visual imagery for theatrical productions in the U.S., Europe, Japan and China. He has also worked as a consultant and collaborator with some of America’s finest multimedia designers and artists. At the Public Theater in New York, he collaborated on the productions of Anna Deveare Smith’s House Arrest, George Wolfe’s Radiant Baby and Harlem Song and Michael Greif’s Dog-Eaters. For Lincoln Center he worked on the productions of Complicite’s Noise of Time, and Dawn Upshaw’s Roundaboud. In 2001, he created his first theatrical design for the New York Public Theater production of 36 Views. Since then he has created original designs for, among others, the National Actors Theater production of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, the Complicite production of The Elephant Vanishes and the Ping Chong & Co. production of Cathay, Three Tales of China.
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