tondino


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tondino

1. A small tondo.
2. A circular molding.
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The visual impact of the production's first moments are certainly striking: The lights come up on Guido Tondino's set of two tall stuccoed walls standing perpendicular to the audience on an otherwise bare stage.
And Guido Tondino's well-conceived set enhances the ambience.
Guido Tondino's sets look rather sparse and not a little flimsy under the large proscenium, while Ann Curtis' costumes are pretty (although with Don John and his cohorts stalking the stage in black while the other characters are more gaily attired, you wonder how they could have failed to mark his malevolence).
Guido Tondino's glorious solarium set (with a sweeping view of Naples Bay) is breathtakingly atmospheric, and supporting actors generally turn small parts into acting gems that round out the show beautifully.