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Theather technology in the XVIII century
-Candel Lighting
-Candles on Battens
-Battens rotate to lighten or dim
-Hand cranked scene changes
-Trap doors
Court Theatre @ Drottningholm
-Drottningholm, Sweden
-Built 1766
-Original stage machinery
-Restored & re-opened in 1922
-In operation since
La Fille Mal Gardée
-"the ill guarded daughter"
-Chor. by Jean Dauberual(1789)
-Simple & humorous subjects
-Everyday contemporary life
-Resurrected by Frederick Ashton in XX century
-Almost continuous life in repertoires of major companies
Theather technology in the XVIII century
-Candel Lighting
-Candles on Battens
-Battens rotate to lighten or dim
-Hand cranked scene changes
-Trap doors
Court Theatre @ Drottningholm
-Drottningholm, Sweden
-Built 1766
-Original stage machinery
-Restored & re-opened in 1922
-In operation since
La Fille Mal Gardée
-"the ill guarded daughter"
-Chor. by Jean Dauberual(1789)
-Simple & humorous subjects
-Everyday contemporary life
-Resurrected by Frederick Ashton in XX century
-Almost continuous life in repertoires of major companies
Theather technology in the XVIII century
-Candel Lighting
-Candles on Battens
-Battens rotate to lighten or dim
-Hand cranked scene changes
-Trap doors
Court Theatre @ Drottningholm
-Drottningholm, Sweden
-Built 1766
-Original stage machinery
-Restored & re-opened in 1922
-In operation since
La Fille Mal Gardée
-"the ill guarded daughter"
-Chor. by Jean Dauberual(1789)
-Simple & humorous subjects
-Everyday contemporary life
-Resurrected by Frederick Ashton in XX century
-Almost continuous life in repertoires of major companies