Enrique Bordolini assumes as stage director of Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires
The outstanding Argentine set designer and light designer Enrique Bordolini returns to the position he held in 1998 at Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires.
Enrique Bordolini has been the Technical Director of the theaters Argentino de la Plata, Municipal de Santiago de Chile (in two periods) and Stage Director of Teatro Colón (1998).
In 2016 he again assumed the Directorate of Stage Production of Teatro Argentino de La Plata.
He made the set design of operas such as La Traviata, Le cantatrice villane, El barbero de Sevilla, Elixir del amor, Don Pasquale, Un ballo in maschera, Rigoletto, Ernani, Nabucco, La bohème, Lucia di Lammermoor, Fedora, Attila, Die Soldaten and Julio César in prestigious theaters in America, Europe and the Middle East.
One of his most recent productions in the Argentine Colosseum was the lyrical version of the Tennessee Williams classic A Streetcar Named Desire, and the new production of Donizetti’s opera bufa, Don Pasquale.
He trained at Superior Institute of Art of Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires where he was responsible for the design of the lighting systems (1979), directed the stage modernization project (1989) and was Director of Scenic Production.