Marie í Dali

stage and costume designs

stage design costume design

Marie í Dali's designs spans many genres from feature film produciton design to classical ballet designs.

Marie studied theatre science at Copenhagen University before moving to London. She studied theatre design at Wimbledon School of Arts and her professional career began with "Andorra" at Hampstead Theatre.

Marie's first major commisions in opera includes ”Queen of Spades” at the Royal Danish opera, and "Der Rosenkavalier¨ for Opera National de Lyon¨

Other notable works include "The firebird¨, with Alexei Ratmansky at the Royal Swedish Ballet, ”A Clockwork Orange” at Dramaten in Stockholm, “The Nutcracker” a hiphop version by Sten Koerner, which has been restaged six years running.The sci-fi movie-thriller “the Substitute” by Ole Bornedal. Marie designed the set and costumes for C. Nielsen's “Maskarade” and “My fair Lady directed by Kasper Holten for the Royal Danish Opera.

Marie has an on-going design-collaboration with Steffen Aarfing.  Their work includes the production design for the film ”I am Dina” and  Wagner's ”Der Ring des Nibelungen” for the Royal Danish Opera, directed by Kasper Holten, 2003-06. Marie also designed the costumes for the JUAN-opera movie by Kasper Holten.

Resently she has had great success with her historical costume designs in Molieres Le Misantrope at the Royal Playhouse and Tartuffe at Grønnegårds Teatret, both directed by Thomas Bendixen. Also the designs for Fanny and Alexander in Bergen shows her sharp control over form, style and characters description.

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