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    Shimroni Adi, lighting designer

    Shimroni Adi, lighting designer

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    Adi Shimroni, lighting designer, was born in Israel. She designs lighting for theatre, dance and music events in Israel and abroad. At the Cameri Theatre she designed lighting for Lost Honor, Bad Jews, The Wolves, One Horse Enters a Bar and others. At the Habimah National Theatre she designed lighting for Heroes, Hedda Gabler and others. At Beit Lessin she designed lighting for The Wizard of Oz, The Orchard, A Woman, A Husband, A House, A Medal for Harry, Tribes, The Odd Couple, Polishook, Mr. Green, The Heiress, Warm Family and others. At the Beer Sheva Theatre she designed lighting for Messiah, The Count of Monte Christo, Piaf, The Office, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Play It Along Sam, Much Ado About Nothing, Galileo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Blood Wedding, Lost in Yonkers and others. At the Jerusalem Opera she designed lighting for Le nozze di Figaro, Die Zauberflote (Mozart) and Madama Butterfly (Puccini). At the Israeli Opera she designed the lighting for Opera and Fairytales and for the Meitar Opera Studio production of Don Giovanni (Mozart).

     

    Her works in the Israeli Opera include:

    Theodor (2023) May

    Die Fledermaus (2021)  

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