ATELIER CARACO contributes to the creation of characters by supporting costumers, directors, performers and authors in preparing their shows through daily research in order to dress actors, singers and dancers in costumes that suit their character, are comfortable and meet movement and staging aesthetics requirements.
Recently, ATELIER CARACO dressed the characters of a Chekhov play using mockups of Moidele Bickel (Ivanov, directed by Luc Bondy; Odéon Théâtre de l'Europe, 2015, Paris). It also clothed the dancers of the Paris Opera for the ballet Paquita with tutus, gowns and court dress (ballet adapted by Pierre Lacotte; costumes and decors: Luisa Spinatelli, Paris Opera, 2001). These costumes, which were originally made in 2000, were altered and resized for the new presentation of Paquita by the Paris Opera at Palais Garnier for the 2015 season.
Design, assemble, make and restore: ATELIER CARACO’s work for the performing arts and the stage adapts to all configurations.