Anna Fleischle

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Anna Fleischle is a German scenic and costume designer. She is primarily known for her work on the London stage. After completing her Abitur, she studied theatre design at Central Saint Martins. She has designed numerous productions over the last two decades, a selection of which are listed below. She frequently collaborates with theatre directors Matthew Dunster, Lloyd Newson from DV8 Physical Theatre and Melly Still. Her 2 productions for English Touring Opera won the Olivier Award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Opera' 2014.[1]

Selected work[edit]

  • Blindsided - Royal Exchange Theatre
  • King Priam - English Touring Opera
  • Paul Bunyan - English Touring Opera
  • The Lover Girl and The Innocent - Southwark Playhouse
  • Candide - Opera National de Lorraine
  • Before the Party - Almeida Theatre
  • Rats' Tales - Royal Exchange Theatre
  • Can We Talk About This? - DV8 Physical Theatre
  • Saturday Night and Sunday Morning - Royal Exchange Theatre
  • The Sacred Flame - English Touring Theatre
  • Coram Boy - Bristol Old Vic
  • Love the Sinner - National Theatre
  • Troilus and Cressida - Shakespeare's Globe
  • Zaide - Sadler's Wells
  • Love and Money - Young Vic & Royal Exchange
  • Beasts and Beauties - Hampstead Theatre
  • As You Like It - Curve, Leicester
  • You Can See the Hills - Royal Exchange & Young Vic
  • The London Eye Mystery - Unicorn Theatre
  • Green Room - Gasteig, Munich
  • Grope and Find It and Pull It Out - Deborah Hay Dance Company
  • Someone Else's Shoes - English Touring Theatre
  • Some Voices - Young Vic
  • Playing God - Soho Theatre
  • Dysfunction - Soho Theatre
  • Desert - The Place
  • Larynx - Royal Opera House studio
  • Triptych - Sadler’s Wells
  • Porch Time - The Place

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