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Production Credits: Scene Designer: Adrianne Lobel; Lighting Designer: James F Ingalls; Choreographer: Mark Morris; Producer: 1987-1990; Co-production of Houston Grand Opera, Houston, Texas, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts , Washington, D.C., De Nederlandse Opera, Amsterdam, Holland, and Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles, California; 1991, Co-production of Frankfurt Opera, Frankfurt, Germany and Maison de la Culture, Paris France; 2000, English National Opera, London, UK; 2011, The Metropolitan Opera, New York, New York Venue: 1987- 1990 Houston Grand Opera, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, De Nederlandse Opera, Los Angeles Opera 1991 Frankfurt Opera, Maison de la Culture 2000 English national Opera 2011 The Metropolitan Opera Scope / Content: There is text both on drawing paper and on mounting paper. There are fabric swatches indicating correct color only. there is #78 located in a square in the right hand corner on the bottom of page.
Fine marker pen (grey), fine black & red ink pen on drawing paper. Rendering is mounted on color pastel paper which has red drawing pencil markings.
"1/4" black gros-grain" written on rendering paper. "These costumes are based on traditional Chinese costumes. Jackets is t-shaped and trousers are baggy. There is a stand collar and there are patches on shoulders (dark grey). There is black gros-grain train. Sleeves are rolled up and are black, as is the lining.Patches on elbows are also dark grey. Drawstring wide trousers have patches on knees in assorted colors. Singers wear black canvas shoesover bare feet.", "4 MALE CHORUS", "PEASANTS "C" ", "ACT 2/2" written on mounting paper.