Lies, or Baron Munchausen’s Last Will
Best Implemented Theatre Set Design
About the project
When the play and its scenic design were in process, it became quite obvious that they wouldn’t do without an air balloon.
Baron Munchausen’s lies were his way of escaping the reality he was unable to change. In the performance, the director wanted to demonstrate that the world was different, to showcase a visual inner blast that shocks not only the characters, but the audience, too. During their air balloon voyage the characters are happy as kids, but as soon as they land, they once again are their sordid vile selves. And here comes the dreadful finale.
Chekhov Moscow Art Theater, Moscow, Russia
Project implementation year
Extra visual materials (photos, videos etc.)
Animation, model https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tteywskaQSDUi_phVZp_ULkr3r5oYfWY/view?usp=sharing
Photos from the play https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DG4Luv-1RJfe2HE_Mnum0NtbaCw0A7I2?usp=sharing
Chekhov Moscow Art Theater
Author of the project
Viktor Kramer, stage director