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Michael Simon was born on 25 January, 1958 in Neumünster, Germany, is a Scenic designer, theatre director and opera director.
|Occupation||Scenic designer, theatre director and opera director|
|Age||62 years old|
|Born||25 January 1958|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Since his debut as drama director with Black Rider 1994 in Dortmund he has been invited to theaters like Schaubühne Berlin, Volksbühne Berlin, Burgtheater Wien, Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, Residenztheater München. Since 2005 he directed several plays by Elfriede Jelinek and Peter Handke in Karlsruhe, Freiburg and Graz where Immer noch Sturm was opening in February 2014. The latest production was in 2015 with Das Schweigende Mädchen in Dortmund. Michael Simon has been teaching stage and lighting design 1998 to 2004 as Professor at HfG Karlsruhe and since 2008 at ZHdK Zurich.
His working relationship as stage designer with Pierre Audi, director of the Amsterdam Opera started in 1990 with Claudio Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria and continued until 2011 with the production of the two Iphigenie operas by Christoph Willibald Gluck. Amongst other designs the most important were Writing to Vermeer, directed by Peter Greenaway and Saskia Boddecke in the Amsterdam opera, Wozzeck at the Brussels opera, directed by David Freemann, Paul Claudel’s drama Tête d’or directed by Anne Delbee at Comédie Française, Paris, The Peony Pavilion, a ballet with choreography by Fei Bo directed by Li Liuyi for the National Ballet of China, Beijing.
Michael Simon started directing his own projects with Elements of Crime (1988) at the Nederlands Dans Theater, Newtons Casino (1990), Roman Dogs (1991) – together with composer Heiner Goebbels – for Theater am Turm in Frankfurt and produced two Ballets for the Bayrischische Staatsoper In the Country of Last Things 2006 and Der Gelbe Klang in 2014. The first opera he directed 1993 in Basel: Die Menschen, followed by Der Fliegende Holländer in Darmstadt and Moses und Aron in Bremen. At the Bonn opera he directed several contemporary operas between 1998 and 2002. He staged the world premiere of “L espace dernier” by Matthias Pintscher 2004 at the Paris Opera Bastille. His latest opera productions were Salome in Braunschweig and Freyschütz in Bern both 2013.
Michael Simon (born 25 January 1958, Neumünster, Germany) is a German theatre director, opera director and scenic designer.