1. I designed and produced this opening sequence for Faust, Baltimore Opera in 2001. This production, directed by John Lehmeyer, and this video set the stage for the opera, set in WWI Germany. The sequence intermingles a celebratory view of war time and how the truth of its horrors cannot be hidden, while good struggles against evil. A live orchestra played the overture as the video was projected on a 70' wide scrim. Please note that the first 18 seconds of the video is black. It was meant to gently surprise an unsuspecting audience. Opera singers interacted with video throughout the live performance to help tell the story.
    Projection design: Julie Macie

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  2. The late John Lehmeyer wished to contrast the proud, robust confidence of the soldiers going off to war, when the realities of war are revealed in the projections behind the chorus of soldiers. Projection design: Julie Macie, Scenic design, Tom Macie.

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A sampling of operatic multimedia

Julianne Macie

Faust, an opera produced by Baltimore Opera in 2001. Multimedia designer, Julie Macie.3D designer and set designer, Tom Macie. This is a sampling of how video sequences meshed with Gounods Faust.

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