August 8, 2018 by

Rome, Italy – Giudizio Universale: Michelangelo and the Secrets of the Sistine Chapel ’ is the immersive, multimedia stage show created by Marco Balich of Balich Worldwide Shows (BWS). For the show’s exquisite lightingBalich worked alongside award-winning designers Rob Halliday and Bruno Poet who selected a range of ADB and #Claypaky lighting products.

Now running at the Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome the showand features live theatrical performances, dance and aerial acrobatics. Vivid, 270° high-resolution projections of Michelangelo’s work, created by live video design company, Luke Halls Studio are mapped across a ‘vaulted’ digital projection surface, conceived for the production by architectural entertainment specialist Stufish.

For the show’s lighting, Halliday and Poet fashioned a richly pigmented and high contrast design, drawing on the style, colour and mood of Michelangelo’s iconic paintings. The overall lighting aesthetic, with its juxtaposition of light and dark, the dramatic use of shadow and the focused projection of light, also helps to mask key conceal/reveal lighting effects throughout the production.

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